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William Bailey

William Bailey

Olson Defense
  • Criminal Law, DUI & DWI, White Collar Crime...
  • Minnesota, Federal District of North Dakota
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Summary

William M. Bailey practices in all areas of criminal defense at the trial court level including DWI, Drug Sale and Possession, Criminal Sexual Conduct, Vehicle Forfeiture, and Immigration. He has experience defending misdemeanor, gross misdemeanor, and felony cases throughout the state of Minnesota. Additionally, Mr. Bailey has experience handling appeals before the Minnesota Court of Appeals. He is licensed in Minnesota State Courts, the Federal District of North Dakota, and Immigration Courts nationwide.

Mr. Bailey attended the University of North Dakota where he obtained Bachelor of Science degrees in Psychology and Criminal Justice Studies and went on to earn his J.D.. While attending law school Mr. Bailey had the opportunity to work for a highly respected criminal defense firm and gained valuable experience working on all types of criminal cases at the trial court level as well as appeals before the North Dakota Supreme Court.

Mr. Bailey's most critical assets are his ability to creatively solve complex problems and maintain open lines of communication with his clients while pursuing the best possible results in their case. He prides himself on his ability to explain complex legal issues so that those who do not have a legal education can understand.

Mr. Bailey was born and raised in Rosemount and now lives in St. Paul. He enjoys watching and coaching sports, reading, and spending time with his family.

Practice Areas
  • Criminal Law
  • DUI & DWI
  • White Collar Crime
  • Immigration Law
  • Appeals & Appellate
Fees
  • Free Consultation
    We offer a free initial case consultation.
  • Credit Cards Accepted
    We accept credit and debit card payments.
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
Minnesota
Minnesota Supreme Court
ID Number: 399024
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North Dakota
North Dakota Supreme Court
ID Number: 08106
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Federal District of North Dakota
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Immigration Courts
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Languages
  • English: Spoken, Written
Professional Experience
Attorney
Olson Defense
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I have been an attorney with Olson Defense since 2017.
Attorney/Law Clerk
Swanson Law Office
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I worked as a law clerk at Swanson Law Office until I became licensed as an attorney and continued to work as an immigration attorney until September, 2017.
Law Clerk
Reichert Armstrong
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I worked as a law clerk for Alex Reichert from August, 2014 to July, 2016.
Education
University of North Dakota School of Law
J.D. (2016) | Law
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University of North Dakota
B.S. (2013) | Criminal Justice Studies
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University of North Dakota
B.S. (2012) | Psychology
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Professional Associations
State Bar of Minnesota # 0399024
Member
Current
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Websites & Blogs
Website
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Legal Answers
33 Questions Answered

Q. Should I pay for a 16y old speeding ticket from another state? Pay the state or collection agency?
A: It is unclear what state the ticket is from. You will want to contact an attorney in that state.
Q. My friend lied to the police about a domestic assault and is turning herself in for it. What will happen to her?
A: She could be charged with a crime. There is no guarantee the other case would be dropped. Your friend really should have a lawyer involved.
Q. How long does it take to get a ticket in the mail if one is issued?
A: It all depends on the officer handling it.
Q. can a 16-year old press charges against an 18-year-old for harassment and hate crimes?
A: You can make a report to the police but there is no guarantee they are going to pursue the matter.
Q. if you didnt get the right to face your accuser in trial is that a violation of any kind in federal court
A: Without knowing more it’s hard to address your question. Generally there is a right to confrontation.
Q. i was recently convicted of assaualt resulting in serious bodily injury in which there was,no statement by the vicvictim
A: There isn’t a question posted here. What is your question?
Q. My bf has a public defender and is locked up facing some very serious charges. The pd is not doing what we need.
A: It is going to be impossible to even ball park a fee because I don’t know the charge, the criminal history, or the stage of the case.
Q. My 16 year old was charged with 3rd degree assault. No priors she is a good kid. What do I need to do??
A: This is a serious felony offense. The best thing you can do for your daughter is help her retain an attorney. An attorney will be able to ensure her rights are protected and may even be able to keep this from resulting in a conviction.
Q. if i was woke up to my girlfriend yelling and throwing stuff
A: The smart move would be to get a lawyer retained. Crimes of domestic violence require an arrest, but a lawyer may be able to help make that process easier. In addition, crimes of domestic violence carry many collateral consequences you will want to try to avoid.
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