Case Results

Criminal defense and personal injury matters can be complicated, but our St. Paul attorneys do not back down from a challenge. At Rogosheske, Rogosheske & Atkins, PLLC, we employ a strategic approach to every case we handle and do what is best for our clients not what is easy. Learn more about past successes below. For legal representation, call us at (651) 413-9004 or contact us online.

  • Reduction & Dismissal of Charges
    3rd Degree DUI & Possession of Marijuana in a Motor Vehicle
    Charged with possession of marijuana and Gross Misdemeanor 3rd Degree DUI, her second in ten years, client hired attorney Alex Rogosheske. Alex successfully struck a deal with the State allowing our client to plead to just Misdemeanor 4th Degree DUI, ...
  • Case Dismissed
    4th Degree DWI
    The Defendant was charged after being stopped by a deputy for weaving on a gravel, snowy, rural road in Dakota County. Based on photographs and testimony of the Defendant and his passenger, the judge ruled that the sheriff’s deputies had no right to ...
  • Not Guilty
    Assault in the First Degree – Great Bodily Harm
    The Defendant was charged with kidnapping and assaulting a distant cousin who had burglarized the family house and stolen over $25,000. It was alleged the Defendant took matters into his own hands, he along with another cousin, kidnapped the distant ...
  • Not Guilty on Both Counts
    Attempted First Degree Assault of a Police Officer
    The police were called to the Defendant’s house for a 911 hang-up call. Believing that domestic assault had been committed on the Defendant’s wife, the officers sought out and searched the Defendant who was in his back yard with a loaded Russian ...
  • Case Dismissed on Motion to the Court
    DWI - 3rd Degree – Gross Misdemeanor
    The Defendant was arrested in the City of Hastings for driving while under the influence with an aggravating factor of a .16 blood alcohol or greater. Based on our investigation, it was determined that the Defendant was on private property entering ...
  • Not Guilty
    False Imprisonment - Intentional Restraint
    The Defendant was charged with kidnapping and assaulting a distant cousin who had burglarized the family house and stolen over $25,000. It was alleged the Defendant took matters into his own hands, he along with another cousin, kidnapped the distant ...
  • Case Dismissed
    Felony 5th Degree Drug Possession
    Dakota County Judge dismissed the case after a contested hearing based on Mr. Grove’s argument and cross examination of the police officer showing that the search was unlawful.
  • Acquitted After 8 Minutes of Deliberation
    Domestic Assault
    Mr. Grove took this case to a jury trial in Dakota County after the prosecution refused to negotiate. After a 3-day jury trial, it took the jurors only 8 minutes to return a verdict of NOT GUILTY
  • Reduction of Charges
    Felony Domestic Assault
    Client was charged with Domestic Assault for breaking a glass door during an argument with his wife in their home. This crime was charged as a felony based on our client's prior Assault convictions, facing him with a maximum penalty of up to 5 years ...
  • No Charges Brought
    Felony Drug Possession
    Client was alleged to be in possession of a Felony amount of drugs. Prior to being charged, Mr. Grove investigated the case and law enforcement and prosecution declined to bring charges based on an illegal search.
  • Stay of Adjudication, No Further Jail Time
    Felony Drug Possession, 4th Degree DUI
    Client struck another vehicle with her car while exiting a parking lot, and was subsequently charged with 4th Degree DUI. When a number of prescription pills not belonging to our client were discovered on her person, the Officer decided to charge her ...
  • Acquittal
    First Degree Criminal Sexual Conduct
    Client was facing 144 months in prison. After a 6-day jury trial in Washington County, Mr. Rogosheske and Mr. Grove obtained NOT GUILTY verdicts on all charges.
  • Not Guilty
    Kidnapping-to Commit Great Bodily Harm/Terrorize
    The Defendant was charged with kidnapping and assaulting a distant cousin who had burglarized the family house and stolen over $25,000. It was alleged the Defendant took matters into his own hands, he along with another cousin, kidnapped the distant ...
  • Case Dismissed
    Stalking – Intent to Injure
    The Defendant was charged with trying to kill her husband by poisoning him with his medication. After a thorough investigation, it was shown that the Defendant when speaking with a co-worker was exaggerating when she indicated she wanted her husband ...
  • Not Guilty
    Terroristic Threats
    The Defendant was charged with kidnapping and assaulting a distant cousin who had burglarized the family house and stolen over $25,000. It was alleged the Defendant took matters into his own hands, he along with another cousin, kidnapped the distant ...
  • $1,230,000
    Motorcycle Collision
    Client was hit on a motorcycle and sustained injuries to his pelvis and to the ligaments that attach to his pelvis. Insurance company settled for a total of $1.23 Million.
  • $450,000
    Car Collision
    Client was T-boned while driving her car. The insurance company would not negotiate, so the case went to trial. The jury found that the insurance company needed to pay $450,000 for damages.
  • $250,000
    Dog Bite
    While caring for a neighbor’s dog, the dog jumped up and bit the Plaintiff in the face causing severe scarring on her cheek and chin. The law in Wisconsin is that if you are a keeper of a dog, namely taking care of the dog, you cannot sue the owner ...
  • $225,000
    Dog Bite
    A 30-year-old woman was bit by a dog while dog sitting resulting in scarring on her face. The insurance company settled for $225,000.
  • $100,000
    Car Accident
    While going east on Highway 36, LC was stopped in traffic when she was hit from behind by a vehicle. Injuries incurred were lower back pain, as well as concussion symptoms. Based on continuing care with the concussions symptoms, the liability carrier ...
  • $75,000
    Car Collision
    Client was stopped in traffic when she was rear-ended by a person texting and driving. Client sustained a head injury as a result of the collision. Insurance settled for a large sum.
  • $75,000
    Premise Liability
    Client hit her head on a low hanging store shutter placed next to the cash register. Client sustained scarring on her nose as a result of the negligence of the store.
  • $65,000
    Motorcycle Collision
    Client driving behind a car which got into a collision resulting in him being launched off his motorcycle. Client sustained injuries on his hand, knees and neck as a result of the collision.
  • Stay of Adjudication
    Negligent Fires & Public Nuisance
    Following an incident in which he allegedly set fire to his apartment, our client was charged with two misdemeanor crimes. His attorney, Alex Rogosheske, came to an agreement with the State to drop the Negligent Fires charge and allow the Public ...
  • Reduction of Charges
    Misdemeanor 4th Degree DUI
    After passing an Officer with his high-beams turned on, client was arrested and charged with his first DUI. Attorney Alex Rogosheske worked out a deal with the state in which our client pled guilty to a careless driving charge, served no further jail ...
  • Case Dismissed
    Terroristic Threats
    The Defendant was charged with trying to kill her husband by poisoning him with his medication. After a thorough investigation, it was shown that the Defendant when speaking with a co-worker was exaggerating when she indicated she wanted her husband ...
  • No Further Jail Time
    Two Counts of Felony Theft
    Client faced two counts of felony Theft for allegedly stealing over $45,000 from his former employer: a non-profit professional organization at which he served as Executive Director. His attorney, Alex Rogosheske, successfully negotiated a deal in ...
  • Continuance for Dismissal
    Careless Driving, No Proof of Insurance, No Driver’s License
    Client was caught intentionally driving the wrong way on a one-way street by a nearby Officer and his dash-mounted video camera. Attorney Alex Rogosheske worked out a resolution with the State dropping all but the careless driving charge, and ...
  • Not Guilty
    Dangerous Weapon - Discharge Firearm – Endanger Safety
    The Defendant was hunting on the river bottoms of the lower Mississippi wherein the alleged victim indicated that the Defendant had run down the shore and intentionally fired at his boat because the alleged victim was hunting too close to the ...
  • Case Dismissed
    Disorderly conduct
    After a four-person fight at his workplace, our client was one of two participants charged with Disorderly Conduct for participating in a brawl. With only conflicting witness and participant accounts of what took place, the State decided to drop the ...
  • Kidnapping Dismissed
    Attempted Kidnapping & 1ST degree burglary
    Client facing presumptive prison sentence 86 months for attempted kidnapping. After a contested hearing, as part of a plea deal the state dismissed the kidnapping charge to agree to the 1 st degree burglary. The client avoided 86 months in prison and ...
  • No Further Jail Time
    2nd Degree DUI
    Client was charged with 2nd Degree DUI after police stopped her for speeding. Her recorded blood alcohol concentration at the time of her arrest was more than twice the legal limit, and it was her second offense of this nature within 10 years. Being ...
  • Reduction of Charges
    2nd Degree DUI
    When stopped for a third DUI in his lifetime, client refused to submit to a breath test and was subsequently charged with a Gross Misdemeanor. His attorney, Alex Rogosheske, reached an agreement with the State that only required a plea to a ...
  • Reduction of Charges
    2nd Degree DUI
    Client was charged with a 2nd Degree DUI following her arrest while leaving the State Fairgrounds. After attorney Alex Rogosheske informed the State of his intent to challenge a number of issues regarding the Arresting Officer’s conduct, the two ...
  • Vehicle Returned to Owner
    2nd Degree DUI
    Client’s car was forfeited following a guilty plea to a 2nd Degree DUI. In the civil proceedings that followed, attorney Alex Rogosheske successfully reached an agreement returning the vehicle to its owner.
  • 28 Counts Dismissed
    30 Counts of Interfere w/ Privacy
    Mr. Rogosheske was able to negotiate a plea agreement with the prosecuting attorney to dismiss 28 of the counts of interference with privacy and only 4 days in jail. Mr. Rogosheske also was able to get a stay of adjudication, keeping this off of the ...
  • Acquitted at Jury Trial
    3rd Degree Criminal Sexual Conduct
    Client was charged with 3rd degree Criminal Sexual Conduct for allegedly forcing his girlfriend to have sex with him while the two lived together. Committing such an act carries a maximum penalty of 15 years in prison and up to a $30,000 fine. This ...
  • Reduction of Charges
    3rd Degree DUI
    Client was charged with Gross Misdemeanor 3rd Degree DUI following a traffic stop on his college campus. By encouraging him to address his reckless behavior with various educational measures, attorney Alex Rogosheske negotiated an agreement in which ...
  • Closed Case
    Forfeiture
    The client’s car was forfeited and Mr. Rogosheske fought hard to get it back. After almost two years Mr. Rogosheske was successful, the case was closed and the car was returned to the client.
  • Stay of Adjudication, Minimal Restitution
    Four Counts of Burglary, One Count of Arson
    Twelve-year-old client faced five separate juvenile charges for approximately $7,500 in damages he and some friends did to a charter school. His attorney, Alex Rogosheske, convinced our client and his parents to begin the rehabilitation process right ...
  • No Jail Time
    Felony Drug and 3rd DWI in 10 years
    Despite facing a mandatory minimum of 90 days in jail on a 3 rd DWI in a 10-year period, Mr. Grove convinced the Judge to sentence without any jail time on the DWI and the Drug Charge was reduced to a Gross Misdemeanor as a Stay of Adjudication, ...
  • Continuance for Dismissal
    Domestic Assault
    Mr. Grove took this case to trial in Dakota County after receiving no offer. On the day of trial, the State dismissed the domestic charge, and gave his client a continuance for dismissal on a disorderly conduct with a $50 fine. After 6 months, the ...
  • Diversion for Both
    Domestic assault and disorderly conduct
    Mr. Rogosheske was successful in getting the client in a diversion program that would provide the client with no jail time.
  • Drug Charge Reduced - Other Charges Dismissed
    Felony Assault on an Officer, Felony Drug Possession, Obstruction, and Possession of a Pistol in Public
    After an investigation, Mr. Grove filed a motion to dismiss the case based on an unlawful seizure. At the hearing, the State agreed to dismiss all of the counts and reduce the drug charge to a gross misdemeanor as a stay of adjudication. After 1 year ...
  • No Executed Jail Time
    Felony Destruction of Election Materials
    While serving as a town supervisor, client was accused of improperly destroying ballots following an election for one of the other two supervisor positions. Other town officials pushed to have him removed from office and convicted of the felony ...
  • License Revocation Rescinded – DWI Dismissed
    DWI and License Revocation
    Client was seen driving and entering a store. Law enforcement followed and suspected the client was impaired. At the implied consent hearing, a Dakota County Judge agreed that the stop and investigation was unlawful and rescinded the revocation. Mr. ...
  • Case Dismissed
    DWI-Alcohol Level at .08 or More Within 2 Hours
    The Defendant was charged after being stopped by a deputy for weaving on a gravel, snowy, rural road in Dakota County. Based on photographs and testimony of the Defendant and his passenger, the judge ruled that the sheriff’s deputies had no right to ...
  • Not Guilty
    DWI-Refusal to Submit to Chemical Test - Felony
    Based on the Defendant’s record, the Defendant was charged with felony DWI and felony refusal to submit to testing. The Defendant was stopped by a highway trooper in Inver Grove Heights for speeding. The Defendant was facing 56 months in prison. ...
  • Case Dismissed
    Failure to Obey Traffic Control Device
    A University of Minnesota Police Officer issued our client a ticket for allegedly running a red light. Upon reviewing the Officer’s dash-mounted camera footage from the date of the ticket, attorney Alex Rogosheske successfully argued for the case to ...