Minneapolis White Collar Criminal Defense Law Firm
Our law firm is a proven resource for doctors, dentists and other professionals who are facing allegations that put their rights to practice and their careers on the line.
Leading Minneapolis Attorneys For White Collar Criminal Defense And Civil Litigation
Individuals and institutions facing government investigations and the prospect or reality of high-stakes litigation turn to Kelley, Wolter & Scott, P.A., with confidence. They base their trust primarily on our attorneys’ excellent credentials and track records of delivering effective representation in state and federal courts. From our law office in Minneapolis, we represent clients in the Twin Cities and throughout Minnesota.
Credentials And Accomplishments That Justify Our Clients’ Trust
Within the legal community and among our valued clients, Kelley, Wolter & Scott, P.A., is known for obtaining outcomes that preserve reputations and minimize public fallout. We bring rigor, balance and integrity to each matter. Our principal attorneys’ accomplishments in government service and private practice have spanned many high-profile cases across four decades.
When a government investigation, internal investigation or criminal allegations first come to light, it is critical to consult highly experienced defense counsel. Our Minneapolis-based white collar crime attorneys include former federal and state-level prosecutors. Our lawyers have experience within federal government agencies. Simply stated, we bring invaluable insight and directly relevant qualifications to every case.
Although our accomplishments stand up to those of much larger firms, we have chosen to stay lean and focused. We collaborate extremely well with other attorneys, and our reputations serve clients well in administrative, civil and criminal proceedings.
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Meet Our Attorneys
Douglas A. Kelley is a former assistant United States attorney who has successfully represented state-level and national political figures, prosecuted organized crime figures, served as court-appointed receiver and trustee in Minnesota’s largest-ever Ponzi scheme case and led the way in obtaining a $34 million plaintiff’s verdict in a historic breach-of-contract case.
Daniel M. Scott has tried more than 100 cases before U.S. District Court juries and argued more than 200 federal appeals. He is certified by the Minnesota State Bar Association as a criminal law specialist and renowned as a lecturer on federal and constitutional law issues.