Andrew Mohring has been a criminal defense and civil rights trial lawyer for 32 years, including his work as an Assistant Federal Defender in the District of Minnesota and as the First Assistant of that office. He has a reputation for finding creative and unanticipated approaches to complex cases, and for thorough and thoughtful presentation of complicated legal and factual issues, in court, in trial and on appeal. His deep experience includes trials and district and appellate litigation in cases reaching the highest stakes.
Andrew is dogged in his pursuit of justice for his clients, who have come from all walks of life, from the indigent to multinational corporations. His cases include fraud, tax, money laundering, securities, public corruption and other white-collar crimes, as well as treaty, national security and cybersecurity cases, and cases involving homicide, immigration, weapon, and drug charges.
Andrew is an adjunct professor of law at the University of Minnesota, focusing on federal criminal law and corporate and white-collar crime. He is a fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers, an invitation-only trial lawyer organization, is certified as a Criminal Law Specialist by the Minnesota State Bar Association, and sits on its Criminal Law Board. He writes and speaks nationally and locally on federal criminal practice topics. Andrew is deeply involved in the legal and extended communities. He has traveled widely, plays the banjo, and lives in Minneapolis.
Legal Assistant: Jacy Brown
Advocacy is both professional and personal. I have spent my life working for the downtrodden, the dispossessed, the underdog. It has been my profession, my passion, and my great good fortune to give voice to the lives and experiences of my clients, and to use my creativity and ingenuity to vindicate their interests and guide their paths through the law.
Case results were obtained before Andrew joined Goetz and Eckland.