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Criminal Law
Plea Deal Handshake
How Will I Know If a Plea Deal Is Worth It? The most common way for a criminal case to end is through a plea bargain. Criminal trials where a jury declares the defendant innocent or guilty are the exception rather than the rule. If plea bargains are the likely result of criminal charges, it’s...
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Female Judge On The Bench In A Court Room. Getting Ready To Call Next Witness of Crime.
Testifying in Court Can Be Stressful—Here’s What to Expect As A Witness Taking the stand is not an everyday occurrence for most people. It can be nerve-racking to participate in such an unfamiliar and serious process. Criminal trials can have grave consequences and every participant can feel that weight on their shoulders.  How Likely Is...
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Road Accident With Injury to Cyclist And Car
Are Bodily Injury and Personal Injury the Same Thing? If you’ve been hurt in a Minnesota auto accident, a slip-and-fall or some other scenario, you’re probably reading or hearing the phrases “personal injury” and “bodily injury.” Those phrases sound like they should be interchangeable, but they do mean different things.  One way to keep the...
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A Young Criminal Girl's Body With Hands In Handcuffs Against A Yellow Brick Wall Background. The Concept Of Detaining An Offender Of A Female Criminal In An Urban Environment
The Basics About Different Levels of Criminal Offenses in Minnesota You or someone you know has been accused of a crime, and now you’re trying to understand how serious the charges are. Will you have a criminal record forever? What about possible jail time and fines? To get personal advice specifically for you, reach out...
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Gavel, Key, Handcuffs, Whiskey, Top View.
What You Need To Know About Minnesota Whiskey Plates  If you’ve spent much time driving in Minnesota, you may have noticed a few vehicles that have plain white license plates with black or blue lettering, and the first letter is always W. These are commonly known as “whiskey plates.” They are specially issued plates that...
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Whiteandassociatesteam
Can A Long Distance Lawyer Work? You may have heard the phrase “all real estate is local,” meaning that no matter what you see in the national news if you’re looking for property, you need to talk to someone who knows the details of your local market. When hiring a lawyer to it is similar....
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Drunk Driving Concept.
First DWI? Now What? 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 steps, as well as the Minnesota...
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Police Officers Are Talking About Allegations Of crimes By The Accused.
What Is Criminal Sexual Misconduct? 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 charges. It is...
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Reading Crime Description
Are You Charged With A Crime In Minnesota? 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. These limits reflect a desire to...
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