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Criminal Law
Drunk Driving Concept.
What Happens When You Get Your First DWI in Minnesota? In Minnesota, driving while impaired (DWI) means driving, operating, or controlling a motor vehicle while under the influence of drugs or alcohol. If you’re pulled over and arrested for driving while impaired, you might be wondering what happens next. So let’s dive into the following...
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Police Officers Are Talking About Allegations Of crimes By The Accused.
How Is Criminal Sexual Conduct Defined in Minnesota? Laws are complicated. What isn’t hard to understand, however, is how stressful and damaging it is to be charged with a sex crime in Minnesota—no matter the specific charge. A mere accusation of sexual misconduct can place a stigma on a person long before they face official...
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Reading Crime Description
How Long Does the State of Minnesota Have to Charge You With a Crime? In Minnesota, you cannot be infinitely held accountable for a crime. Prosecutors face a time limit, called a “statute of limitations” during which to bring charges against you. If they fail to do so, you cannot be charged with the crime....
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