is a third-generation lawyer in the Sieben family and devotes his practice to representing the accused. He has successfully represented hundreds of clients throughout Minnesota. Read more
is a Board Certified Criminal law Specialist, certified by the Minnesota State Bar Association. Patrick takes great pride in providing personal and expert representation. Read more
We provide you honest and straightforward answers to your situation.
With our extensive and combined experience in challenging criminal defense and personal injury cases, we understand both the direct and indirect consequences of your situation on your life. We are knowledgeable with a wide variety of charges and situations, and our successes speak to the practical and aggressive solutions we provide.
- You will receive an honest perspective of your situation and possible outcomes
- We will apply our extensive knowledge and experience to your criminal defense or personal injury case
- We will take an aggressive position, and keep you completely informed of your options
- We are dedicated to providing the best advice, and top performance on your case
“Patrick is an impressive attorney with both legal acumen and personal sensitivity. No words can begin to express our gratitude for helping us through this very difficult time. Patrick is a very skilled trial attorney. Thank you for your dedication to our case from day one through trial.”
“My heartfelt appreciation for your calm, competent, compassionate qualities during my trial.”
“You helped us get through a horrible day intact. We will never forget your kindness.”
“Thanks for all of your hard work and support. It was much appreciated.”
“Thank you for all that you did for my brother during his criminal case to win his trial. If we had more lawyers like you, this world would truly be a better place. ”
“Thank you for the way you handled my brother’s case.”
“Tom, We are very grateful and know that our son will be in the best of hands! Thank you so much for taking our case!”
“You accomplished what we thought was impossible.”