Tayler J. Rahm

Tayler J. Rahm is owner and lead trial lawyer at Rahm Law, PLLC handling all State and Federal criminal charges from Misdemeanors to Felonies. Mr. Rahm is an Aggressive, Respected and Experienced Attorney who has impressed Juries, Opposing Counsel and Judges for years thus being named a Top 40 Under 40 Trial Lawyer in the State of Minnesota at the age of 30.

Mr. Rahm is a talented trial lawyer whose dedication, preparation and skills have allowed him to successfully conduct multiple jury trials to verdict in serious criminal cases, including multiple homicide trials. He has successfully engineered the dismissal of several serious charges his clients were facing by proving that the way in which the State obtained the evidence violated his clients’ Constitutional Rights. He has achieved multiple sentencing departures for clients resulting in sentences that were reduced from what the Minnesota Sentencing Guidelines recommend including preventing multiple clients from going to prison. And, he has had multiple charges reduced and attained favorable negotiated settlements for his clients. In addition to his success in criminal defense practice, Mr. Rahm has developed a serious DWI practice representing clients charged with all levels of DWI.

Prior to starting Rahm Law PLLC, and after graduating Law School, Mr. Rahm gained experience working at a private law firm in Downtown Minneapolis and quickly made a name for himself as a “young and aggressive” Lawyer.  Mr. Rahm also gained valuable experience prior to graduating Law School working as a Law Clerk for the Anoka County (Minnesota) Public Defender’s office as a Certified Student Attorney.  In addition, Mr. Rahm worked as a Law Clerk for a Prominent Private Defense firm in Minneapolis prior to graduating law school.

Mr. Rahm is a graduate of William Mitchell College of Law. While in law school, he distinguished himself as an excellent student as exemplified by his nomination for the Kirwin Professional Award; one of a handful of students nominated by professors based upon the individual’s work ethic, personal character, dedication, and passion for the law. He was also a member of William Mitchell’s criminal law society.

Mr. Rahm received his undergraduate degree from the University of St. Thomas in St. Paul, Minnesota. While at St. Thomas, Tayler excelled as a student and as a collegiate baseball player. He was a 4-year starting outfielder and member of the 2009 NCAA National Championship Team. While captain of the team, Tayler was named Conference Player of the Year.