“You will not find a more competent and approachable person to have lead you through the legal process, no matter the situation, ...”- Joel
“I was looking at some time in prison, Christine was there to fight for what was best and needless to say I didn’t go to prison”- Lois
“Over the years I have recommended, what is now, the Branstad and Olson Law firm to several people.”- Martha
We are Branstad & Olson, an Iowa criminal defense law firm. Our Des Moines criminal attorneys work toward a favorable solution by meeting you right away, jumping into action on your behalf, fighting when necessary, and negotiating when possible. No matter what charge you face, we approach your case with a never-give-up attitude.
When you work with Branstad & Olson, you have advocates looking out for your best interests. We focus on helping clients understand the laws and legal procedures surrounding their charges. Additionally, we keep clients informed about the status of their cases through MyCase – an intuitive case management system.
Our criminal defense lawyers in Des Moines, IA have over 65 years of combined experience representing clients from misdemeanor to felony. Common criminal charges we defend include OWI/DUI, drug crimes, domestic violence, theft, and sex crimes.
We defend our clients through advocacy and innovative problem-solving. We thoroughly prepare for each matter, allowing us to spot holes in the state's case and strengthen our defense. Our team reviews allegations, sorts through facts, conducts interviews, and examines evidence. We are committed to exploring every legal avenue to work for favorable results for our clients.
If you’re facing a criminal charge, you want to feel comfortable with your attorney. When you hire Branstad & Olson, you have a team with over 65 years of combined experience on your side. We provide personalized attention to each client and thoroughly analyze each case to develop an innovative legal defense strategy. We recognize your situation is unique, and we take time to get to know you as a person and the facts of your case.