Victories

A sampling of Ringstrom Law wins

Acquittals (Not Guilty)

Ineligible voting felony charges, court trial, acquitted on both charges (Clay County, State v. S.M., February 2018)
1st and 3rd degree assault and domestic assault charges, jury trial, acquitted on all counts (Clay County, State v. C.W., July 2016)
Attempted murder charges, jury trial, acquitted on all six counts (Clay County, State v. L.W., June 2016)
3rd and 4th degree criminal sexual conduct, jury trial, acquitted on both charges (Clay County, State v. J.M., February 2016)
Criminal vehicular homicide, jury trial, acquitted on all felony charges (Clay County, State v. S.B., January 2016)
3rd degree criminal sexual conduct charge, jury trial, acquitted (Clay County, State v. G.B., January 2015)
Burglary and assault, jury trial, acquitted on both charges (Clay County, State v. T.R., October 2014)
Domestic assault, jury trial, acquitted on both charges (Becker County, State v. K.G., September 2013)
Felony theft charge, jury trial, acquitted (Pennington County, State v. J.L., September 2012)
Misdemeanor theft charge, jury trial, acquitted (Pennington County, State v. A.V., January 2012)
3rd degree and 4th degree DWI, jury trial, acquitted on both charges (Pennington County, State v. C.W., October 2011)
Gross misdemeanor domestic assault charge, jury trial, acquitted (Pennington County, State v. J.S., April 2011)
1st and 2nd degree criminal sexual conduct charges, jury trial, acquitted on all three charges (Roseau County, State v. R.C., September 2010)
5th degree assault charge, jury trial, acquitted (Pennington County, State v. K.B., June 2010)
1st degree assault charge, jury trial, acquitted (Wadena County, State v. D.E., October 2000)

Dismissals and Pre-Charge Successes

Domestic assault charges (felony strangulation and misdemeanor) and interfering with a 911 call gross misdemeanor charge, complaint was dismissed (Clay County, State v. M.B., February 2018)
Kidnapping, false imprisonment, conspiracy to commit 2nd degree assault, and aiding/abetting 2nd degree assault charges; complaint was dismissed (Clay County, State v. A.B., September 2017)
Gross misdemeanor charge of interfering with a 911 call, complaint was dismissed (Becker County, State v. V.V., September 2017)
Domestic assault charges (felony strangulation and misdemeanors), complaint was dismissed (Clay County, State v. R.S., March 2017)
Criminal sexual conduct investigated prior to charges being filed, convinced the state to decline prosecution (Otter Tail County, March 2017)
Domestic assault investigated prior to charges being filed, convinced the state to decline prosecution (Polk County, January 2017)
Threats of violence felony charge and domestic assault misdemeanor charges, complaint was dismissed (Clay County, State v. J.F., November 2016)
1st and 3rd degree criminal sexual conduct charges, complaint was dismissed (Clay County, State v. J.M., September 2016)
Gross misdemeanor domestic assault and misdemeanor disorderly conduct charges, complaint was dismissed (Clay County, State v. J.F., April 2016)
Felony 3rd degree and 5th degree controlled substances charges, complaint was dismissed (Clay County, State v. J.F., March 2016)
Misdemeanor give court false name and driving without a valid license charges, petty misdemeanor marijuana and paraphernalia charges; complaint was dismissed (Clay County, State v. J.F., December 2015)
2nd degree assault charges, complaint was dismissed (Clay County, State v. O.F., November 2015)
Felony perjury charge; dismissal granted by district court, appealed by the state, court of appeals ruled in favor of the defense and maintained the dismissal (Clay County, State v. M.M., November 2010 district court dismissal)

Evidence Suppression Resulting in Dismissals

5th degree controlled substance possession charge, results of law enforcement search were suppressed, complaint was dismissed (Clay County, State v. J.B., October 2017)
1st degree controlled substance possession and sales charges, results of law enforcement search were suppressed, complaint was dismissed (Clay County, State v. L.G., March 2017)
Financial transaction card fraud charges, results of law enforcement search were suppressed, complaint was dismissed (Clay County, State v. X.L., July 2015)