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Luke Neuville

Luke Neuville

Neuville Law Office
  • DUI & DWI, Criminal Law, Domestic Violence
  • Minnesota
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At Neuville Law Office, Luke dedicates 100% of his practice to criminal defense and defending clients in the Twin Cities and greater St. Cloud area facing DWI/DUI charges, serious felonies, including criminal sexual conduct, drug charges, assault and domestic assault, and all types of misdemeanors.

Since 2012, Luke has successfully defended the rights of the criminally accused by providing aggressive advocacy and effective defense strategies to obtain the most favorable outcomes possible for serious legal challenges.

A veteran of thousands of cases, Luke has achieved unprecedented success, getting criminal charges against many of his clients dismissed or resolved with no resulting jail time or criminal record. If you need to go to trial, Luke has years of criminal trial experience with many of his trials resulting in not guilty verdicts.

Personable and compassionate, Luke understands that good people sometimes find themselves in bad situations, and he will work closely with you and offer the solid advice you need to make the best informed decisions about the matters that impact your criminal case. Luke has earned a reputation as a trusted source for top-notch criminal defense representation in and around the Minneapolis and St. Cloud area.
Do not delay in retaining the experienced and aggressive legal counsel you need. For effective representation from a local attorney devoted to helping you in any way possible, turn to Neuville Law Office. To receive a free initial consultation about your case, contact Luke directly to schedule an appointment at his downtown Minneapolis or downtown St. Cloud offices, or another convenient location.

Practice Areas
  • DUI & DWI
  • Criminal Law
  • Domestic Violence
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  • Somali
  • Spanish
Professional Experience
Neuville Law Office
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Full Time Assistant Public Defender
Stearns County Public Defender
Judicial Law Clerk
Minnesota State District Court
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Hennepin County Public Defender
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Ramsey County Public Defender
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Minneapolis City Attorney's Office
Hamline University School of Law
Honors: Dean's List
Activities: National Moot Court
University of Minnesota - Twin Cities
B.A. | Political Science
Honors: Honors
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16 Questions Answered

Q. How long does it take to receive a citation in the mail in MN? Also, are citations forwarded by USPS?
A: It can be a few weeks or possibly a few months before you receive notification of charges in the mail. The complaint and court date will be mailed to the address on your license. If your mail is being properly forwarded to another address, you should receive it through USPS. You can also monitor the public MNCIS court system to see if any charges have been filed against you. Depending on the circumstances of your case, you likely have some legal defenses that you can raise in court.
Q. I strongly think that my girlfriend is only being charged with domestic assault because she changed victims statement.
A: Your girlfriend has rights to exercise in court but it's not advisable to discuss over public forum. I would advise contacting an attorney that gives free consultations to get some better information.
Q. I was pulled over for das and now I am facing dui and mire, this is my first run in with the law besides traffic are my
A: So you may have some defenses/legal challenges available but each case must be reviewed independently. You have the right to review all evidence against you and file Omnibus motions to challenge the admissibility of evidence in your case. Of course you have the right to a trial as well. I would suggest contacting an attorney that gives free consultations to discuss the circumstances of your case.
Q. Ex husband contesting OFP I filed on behalf of daughter. Do I need a lawyer for the hearing?
A: You’re not required to have a lawyer but I would recommend it. When your petitioning the court for an OFP you must prove that domestic abuse has occurred by a family or household member. When requesting an OFP on behalf of a minor child, you must show abuse against the child as well. It is helpful to have an attorney assist with cross examination and presenting the legal arguments to the judge.
Q. why would one person have 609.2242(1) & 609.2242(2) listed. only the other only have 609.2242(2) what's the difference
A: Two types of misdemeanor domestic assault: intent to cause fear of immediate bodily harm and intentionally causing bodily harm. You and your wife will most likely need separate attorneys but as the defendant it is much more important for you to retain an attorney.
Q. do i need lawyer charges probable cause hang up 911 and domestic asult in jail now waiting first apperance he/illegal
A: Yes, he probably needs a lawyer. Domestic assault charges conviction can have serious immigration consequences. Call an attorney that gives free confidential consultations to discuss further.
Q. Can you be locked up for your 1st violation of probation after a year of good behavior on a 4yr probation bc of DAC
A: It is possible that you could be facing jail for a first time probation violation but it's not guaranteed. Is your case in Hennepin county?
Q. In a criminal case is it best for a defendant to take the plea offered or take it to a jury?
A: Good question, always depends on the faCT’s of each particular case. Be sure to call and attorney that offers free consultations, and get some advice!
Q. What is the penalty for underage drunk driving?
A: Where you arrested and taken to jail or police station? Underage drinking and driving is a misdemeanor, which means up to 90 days jail and $1000 fine. If you’re interested in a plea bargain, often you can negotiate a result with little or no jail, and a lower fine.
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Neuville Law Office
310 4th Avenue South
Suite 5010
Minneapolis, MN 55415
Telephone: (612) 354-2622
Neuville Law Office
400 1st Street South
Suite 600
St. Cloud, MN 56301
Toll-Free: (612) 354-2622