Page H. Narins

Page H. Narins

Attorney Profile

Top Rated Criminal Defense Attorney in St. Louis Park, MN

Law Offices of Page H. Narins
 | 6465 Wayzata Blvd, Suite 400
St. Louis Park, MN 55426
Phone: 952-544-8373
Selected to Rising Stars: 2014 - 2017
Licensed Since: 2008
Practice Areas:
  • Criminal Defense (60%),
  • Criminal Defense: DUI/DWI (30%),
  • Civil Litigation: Defense (10%)
Languages Spoken:
  • English,
  • Spanish
Attorney Profile

Attorney Page Haswell Narins gets results! Through experience and diligent research, Attorney Page H. Narins knows the law and the many detailed technicalities that can make or break a case. If evidence can be thrown out or a case dismissed, Page Narins is the one to get it done! As a Minnesota native, Attorney Page Narins knows how to relate to jurors and obtain favorable jury verdicts of NOT GUILTY. Page Narins understands the incredible stress criminal charges impose on a person. The uncertain result can be frightening. The potential consequences are unique for each person. No two cases are the same. Putting together a proactive strategy based on a person's unique circumstances is essential to obtaining the best possible outcome. Page H. Narins is dedicated to a personalized and aggressive approach to defending each client.

About Page Narins

Admitted: 2008, Minnesota

Professional Webpage: http://www.narinsdefense.com/content/attorney-page-h-narins-...

Pro bono/Community Service:

  • I volunteer through the Washington County Defense Panel and Hennepin County Misdemeanor Defense Panel several times a month.  I provide free legal advice to pro-se litigants who are appearing on the misdemenaor arraignment calendar.  I answer questions specifically related to an individual's case, explain the criminal court process and individual options, etc.  I typically spend about 10-15 hours a month volunteering throughout Washington and Hennepin Counties. , 2011
  • I volunteered as a supervising attorney at William Mitchell College of Law - Self-Help Clinic.  I assist students and members of the community in completing forms to proceed Pro-Se in Expungmenet proceedings. , 2009

Verdicts and Settlements:

  • In Re Welfare A.D. (Juvenile) Charges: Underage Drinking & Driving and Minor Consumption Unique Client Concerns: Underage Drinking and Driving would go on permanent driving record which could impact A.D.'s goal of becoming a certified mechanic. Case Details: Driver stopped for speeding. Officer smelled odor of marijuana and required A.D. to submit to a roadside breath test (PBT). Driver tested positive for alcohol and was ticketed. Outcome: Charges Dismissed after Evidentiary Hearing (Officer Violated Constitutional Rights)   STATE vs. T.D. Charges: Loiter with Intent to Solicit Prostitution (September 2013) Unique Client Concerns: Employment requires background check. If convicted, T.D. would likely lose employment (working for same company for 18 years) Case Details:T.D. was cruising around an area of known prostitution, late at night, just listening to music. Police became suspicious, stopped T.D., and after finding nothing else, issued T.D. a ticket for loitering with intent to solicit prostitution. Outcome:Charge Dismissed due to Lack of Evidence. Assault STATE vs. S.A. Charges: Violation of Domestic Assault No Contact Order (DANCO) (Repeat Offense) Unique Client Concerns: S.A. did not know telephone contact was prohibited. Case Details: S.A. has been convicted of several domestic related cases and ordered to have no contact with the opposing party. Up until a couple months prior to this incident, S.A. could have telephone contact but not in person contact. A court order was issued restricting telephone contact but S.A. was not made aware of the changes. Outcome: Charges Dismissed for Lack of Service.   STATE vs. N.S. Charges: Disorderly Conduct Unique Client Concerns: N.S. did not initiate the fight so she didn't feel she did anything wrong or should be charged. Case Details: N.S. and friend were involved in a bar fight. Although was not the one who started the fight, police charged N.S. with Disorderly Conduct. N.S. represented herself at several court appearances. State's attorney wanted her to plead guilty as charged. N.S.. then decided to retain Attorney Page Narins. Outcome: Charges Dismissed Without an Another Court Appearance.   STATE vs. K.A. Charges: Disorderly Conduct Unique Client Concerns: K.A. has a completely clear criminal record and feared having a criminal conviction would impact her ability to find a job in the future. Case Details: K.A. and friend were involved in a bar fight. K.A. sustained injuries requiring hospitalization while trying to break up a fight. Although K.A. was injured while attempting to break up the fight, police charged K.A. with Disorderly Conduct. K.A. represented herself at several court appearances. State's attorney wanted her to plead guilty. K.A. then decided to retain Attorney Page Narins. Outcome:Charges Dismissed without another Court Appearance. STATE vs. O.G. Charges: Expungement - Loiter with Intent to Solicit Prostitution Unique Client Concerns: O.G. employment requires security clearance for promotions. O.G. was stuck in low level position due to this conviction causing him to fail security clearance. Case Details: Conviction for Loiter with Intent to Solicit Prostitution in 2007 Outcome: Expungement GRANTED - All court records sealed.     STATE vs. K.C. Charges: Expungement - Disorderly Conduct (Arising from a case where K.C. charged with Domestic Assault x2 and Interference with 911 call) November 2012 Unique Client Concerns: Conviction was causing employment difficulties due to security clearance and background checks. Case Details: K.C. was charged and convicted after a domestic related argument with a live-in girlfriend in 1998. K.C. made significant steps in rehabilitating his character after the incident date. Outcome: Expungement GRANTED - all Court / Judicial records and Executive Branch records sealed.   Ordinance Violation   STATE vs. T.B. Charges:City Ordinance Violations Unique Client Concerns: T.B. was being bullied by city officials for several years. He was tired of simply paying tickets even though he had done nothing wrong. T.B. took a stand. Case Details: T.B. was cited with violating a Junk Vehicle Ordinance for having a collector van in his driveway while his adult son restored the van. Due to the van not having current tabs / registration, the officer gave him 2 weeks to comply or be cited. T.B. complied and obtained collector plates only days later. Although in compliance, officer still issued T.B. a ticket. T.B. represented himself at several court appearances with no success. He hired Attorney Page Narins to help him have his voice heard. Outcome: Charge dismissed for lack of probable cause   P.L. vs. T.B. Charges: Harassment Restraining Order (HRO) and Violation of Harassment Restraining Order. Unique Client Concerns: T.B. works in health care and has a clean criminal record. Any court records of violence could impact her employment. Case Details: Ex-boyfriend started dating a new girlfriend. The new girlfriend wanted to keep T.B. away and to get her fired from health care employment so she made false allegations of harassment. The allegations included a request for a Court issued Harassment Restraining Order and criminal charges for allegedly violating the order by making a phone call to ex-boyfriend. Outcome: Harassment Restraining Order dismissed when challenged. Criminal charges dismissed. Theft STATE vs. S.S. Charges: 1st Degree Burglary (November 2012) Unique Client Concerns: S.S. has only a minimal criminal record. S.S.'s employment requires security clearance. S.S. very concerned about serving jail or prison time if convicted. Case Details: S.S. entered an occupied apartment uninvited and destroyed some property during a fight with occupant. What State's attorney didn't realize is that S.S. stayed at apartment occassionally and was entering to get property back. Occupant did not invite S.S. in and started a fight when S.S. inside. Items were broken during the altercation. Outcome: 1st Degree Burglary dismissed. S.S. acknowledged property damage and took responsibility for minor damage. No jail and only minimal fines.   DWI STATE vs. W.Y. Charges: 4th Degree DWI (.12 test result) & Careless driving Unique Client Concerns: Did not want a DWI on his criminal record or driving record. Case Details: Stopped for weaving within his lane and speeding. After performing field sobriety tests, officer arrested W.Y. for DWI, and had him submit to a breath test. Result was .12. Outcome: DWI charges dismissed at settled Evidentiary hearing, Implied Consent (driver's license) case won. W.Y. does not have a DWI on his criminal record or driving record.   STATE vs. R.R. Charges: Excessive Speed (July 2012) Unique Client Concerns: R.R. is a commercial driver. If convicted, R.R. would likely lose job and be unable to support family. Case Details: Alleged to have been speeding in a residential neighborhood. R.R. was not speeding but the officer testified otherwise. Outcome: Found Not Guilty at Trial (Aquitted)  

Educational Background:

  • University of St. Thomas - St. Paul, MN - B.A. Communication Studies (Focus Persuasion & Rhetoric), 2000
Office Location for Page H. Narins

6465 Wayzata Blvd
Suite 400
St. Louis Park, MN 55426

 

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