Charged with Violating Coronavirus Stay-At-Home Directives
On March 25, 2020, Governor Walz issued the first stay-at-home order for Minnesota regarding the COVID-19 pandemic. The order has been extended to May 13, 2020. Law enforcement officials are issuing criminal citations for violations of the stay-at-home order. These violations are misdemeanors criminal offenses, and carry penalties of up to 90 days in jail and $1000 fine. The Law Offices of Ryan Garry, L.L.C. remains open and available to assist with any pending criminal matters during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Contact our office today If you have been charged with a stay-at-home violation or any other criminal offense, you can reach Ryan at (612) 251-9135.
Ryan Garry is a trusted Minneapolis Criminal Defense Attorney with a track record for helping individuals charged with a State or Federal Crime. Contact our legal team today to setup a zero-contact, remote consultation!