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Criminal law covers a wide range of illegal activity, including assault, kidnapping, theft, conspiracy, public intoxication, embezzlement and more. With each case, a criminal defense attorney uses their skill and knowledge of the law to represent those charged with a crime. It is the defense they put forward that matters most when facing jail time...
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Traffic Violations
A parking ticket is simple to clear: pay the fine and you’re free to go. However, some traffic violations are more serious, resulting in a permanent stain on your record. Does your traffic violation require a criminal defense attorney? Don’t just leave the violation up to chance. Which Traffic Violations Require an Attorney? There are...
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A new law affecting Minnesota residents convicted of DUI became effective on August 1 of this year, bringing with it restrictions on the ability to drive a wide variety of vehicles. The new law is known as Little Alan’s Law. Little Alan’s Law Eight-year-old Alan Geisenkoetter, Jr., was watching his father, Alan Sr., put up...
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Getting pulled over after a night out can be a scary event. You may have believed you were sober enough to drive, or maybe you believed you didn’t have any other option. Whatever the case may be, you may worry about what happens after an accident becomes an arrest. If you are facing charges of...
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Sexual Offender Registry
Even after serving time, paying fines and completing probation, convicted sex offenders are likely to continue to face long-term challenges stemming from the crime—especially if their name winds up on the National Sex Offender Registry. What It Means to Be on the Sex Offender Registry Being listed on the Sexual Offender Registry can impact many...
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Have you been accused of a sex crime in Minnesota? Unfortunately, a single charge can follow you for the rest of your life, affecting your home, work and social lives drastically. If you’re facing a sex-crime charge, or if you fear charges are on their way, read this article and then reach out to an...
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When a Minnesota State Trooper pulled over a swerving, stop-sign-running driver, the officer discovered that the driver had 27 past DUI arrests on his record. And he still had a valid driver’s license in Minnesota. The news produced strong reactions from the public and lawmakers, most calling for stronger penalties and more enforcement. The “get...
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Everyone knows the risks of being charged with a DUI or DWI—the loss of a license, fines, even possible jail time. But, if you also drive a truck or other commercial vehicle for a living, your livelihood is at risk. As important as it is for everyone who is charged with a DUI to retain...
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In Minnesota, the police can charge you with criminal assault even if you don’t ever touch another person. While striking some is a clear example of assault, attempting to strike someone can equate to fifth-degree assault. This is true even if you miss and never make physical contact. You can also face charges for criminal...
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In 2016, Minnesota’s implied consent laws went before the United States Supreme Court in the case Bernard v. Minnesota. In short, the Supreme Court was asked to determine whether implied consent to breath tests and blood tests violated an individual’s constitutional rights. What Is Implied Consent? Under Minnesota’s implied consent laws, Minn. Stat. § 169A.51:...
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