Firm Overview

Attorneys Defending All Criminal Charges in Northern Minnesota

Located in Duluth, Minnesota, attorneys David C. Keegan and Mikkel A. Long have over 50 years of combined legal experience providing top-level criminal defense representation. Our attorneys provide comprehensive legal services to clients facing a variety of criminal charges, ranging from drug possession, possession with intent to distribute, assault , domestic violence, rape and homicide. No matter the charge, it is essential to speak with a dedicated criminal defense attorney who will advocate for your rights. Contact our offices today.

Put Our Experience and Dedication to Work for You

Mr. Keegan has developed a solid reputation as one of Minnesota's leading criminal defense attorneys. He is a Criminal Trial Specialist as certified by the National Board of Trial Advocacy. Mr. Keegan has also been recognized as a Super Lawyer by the publication Minnesota Law and Politics since 1996. Mr. Keegan is also recognized by the Martindale-Hubbell Bar Register of Pre-eminent Lawyers with the prestigious "AV" Rating, indicating the highest level of professional excellence* by the most well-recognized rating system in the country.

Mr. Long has provided skillful representation to countless clients facing criminal charges in the state trial courts of Minnesota and Wisconsin. Mr. Long has also successfully argued cases before the Minnesota Court of Appeals. His experience as a former prosecutor leaves him uniquely situated to analyze a criminal case. He will strive to obtain the best possible result for you.

Call Today to Schedule A Consultation

At the Law Offices of David C. Keegan and Mikkel A. Long, we understand how emotionally difficult facing a criminal allegation can be and will respond to your immediate needs. Contact our offices to speak with an attorney about any of the above matters. Call Attorney Keegan at 218-722-7813 or Attorney Long at 218-623-1014 .

*Martindale-Hubbell is the facilitator of a peer review rating process. Ratings reflect the confidential opinions of members of the Bar and the judiciary. Martindale-Hubbell ratings fall into two categories: Legal ability and general ethical standards.