Tayler J. Rahm is an Associate Attorney in the Criminal Defense Division of Kassius Benson Law, P.A.. Tayler represents clients facing all levels of felony and misdemeanor criminal charges. In addition to his general criminal defense practice, Tayler Rahm leads the DWI and Criminal Vehicular Crimes Group within the Criminal Division. In that role, Tayler not only provides excellent representation to his own DWI clients but also has responsibility of supervising the other associates that handle DWI cases at the Firm as well as conducting trainings on DWI-related matters.
Also, Tayler has successfully conducted multiple jury trials to verdict in serious criminal cases. He has also engineered the dismissal of charges in complex DWI cases after contested evidentiary hearings.
Tayler J. Rahm is aggressive, dynamic, and confident with experience in both the private and public sector of criminal defense. Tayler’s experience includes working on serious felony and misdemeanor cases as a law clerk for a private criminal defense firm in Minneapolis, Minnesota. As a law clerk in this setting, Tayler’s relentless research and exceptional writing skills were instrumental in achieving dismissals in several cases.
Tayler also worked as a law clerk for the Anoka County (Minnesota) Public Defender’s Office, where, as a Certified Student Attorney, he represented indigent clients from first appearance through trial. Tayler’s strong advocacy achieved tremendous results on behalf of his clients.
Tayler is a 2015 graduate of William Mitchell College of Law. While in law school, Tayler distinguished himself as an excellent student as exemplified by his nomination for the Kirwin Professionalism Award; one of a handful of students nominated by professors based upon the individual’s work ethic, personal character, dedication, passion for the law, and commitment to the community. Tayler was also a member of the William Mitchell’s criminal law society.
Tayler 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. Tayler was a 4-year starting outfielder and member of the 2009 NCAA National Championship Team. In 2011, while captain of the team, Tayler was named Conference Player of the Year.