Specializing in Criminal Law
DWI / DUI
These offenses involve allegations that an individual was under the influence of either alcohol or controlled substances while operating a motor vehicle.
Probation Violations are allegations made by an individual’s probation officer that a condition(s) of probation have been violated and a penalty should be imposed.
Traffic Citations can have an impact on your driving privileges and insurance rates. Many of these offenses can be resolved through diversion programs.
There is a wide range of drug related charges. The type of charge and the consequences you face will differ depending on the nature and quantity of the drug.
HARASSMENT / OFP'S
Violations of these Orders are criminal offenses which carry enhanced penalties on subsequent convictions.
Property offences refer to allegations commonly referred to as Theft, Fraud, Receiving Stolen Property, or Criminal Damage to Property.
Juvenile offenses should be taken seriously as they can have lifelong impacts. These offenses can be the same as adult crimes or age-specific such as Underage Consumption or Curfew violations.
Expungements are when you remove crimes from your record and are available to those who have old, prior convictions that are affecting their lives years later.
Weapons offenses are charges that relate to the illegal use or possession of items that fit the definition of a ‘weapon’ as defined by Minnesota Law.
Serious Felonies and Domestic Offenses have very severe penalties which include prison, fines, and other collateral consequences.
YOUR FREEDOM IS EVERYTHING. I WILL FIGHT TO DEFEND IT.
Travis Kowitz is a dedicated and passionate advocate. He has extensive experience in a variety of criminal matters.
Surrounded by stellar mentors throughout his career, Travis has always respected and understood the value of personal freedom and the protections of the Constitution.
In law school, Travis participated as a certified student attorney with Rice County Attorney’s Office. This experience enhanced Travis’s knowledge of the opposition and how to best present a case to his adversaries. After graduation, Travis spent two years as a judicial law clerk in the Tenth Judicial District. There, Travis was able to gain experience in a variety of litigation matters including criminal, civil and family law.
His passion for Criminal Defense lead him to the Tenth District Public Defender's Office where he began his career as an Assistant Public Defender serving Chisago County. There, he gained extensive experience in serious felony cases.
Travis is dedicated to his work and is committed to defending the accused. He is tenacious and will not stop fighting for his clients until he achieves the best possible result in the case. He is not afraid of hard work and tirelessly investigates every aspect of the matter. His experience has taught him that things are not always as they appear and that the officer’s initial judgment never tells the whole story.
Travis understands that each client’s case is unique. Each person who seeks his counsel has individual concerns and goals regarding his or her case. He is committed to listening to these concerns and answering any questions. He works to create an individualized defense designed to achieve the best possible result in your case.
If you are looking for an attorney who gives you passionate representation and personal attention,
TRAVIS W. KOWITZ
Travis graduated with a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Travis received his Juris Doctorate from the University of St. Thomas School of Law in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Travis lives in the Northeast suburbs of St. Paul where he enjoys spending time with his family and living the lake life.