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Here’s What You Need to Know About Legal Weed in Minnesota When it comes to marijuana laws, a lot has changed in our state in the last few years. Here are some key things you should know about Minnesota cannabis laws and their implications. Minnesota has taken steps in cannabis legalization, but it remains an...
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How You Behave When Accused of Sexual Assault Can Greatly Affect Your Case Being accused of sexual assault is a frightening experience. Even if you didn’t do it, the mere allegation can make people see you differently—even to the point that your job and reputation are damaged.  The things you do after you’ve been accused...
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What You Post Can Impact Your Case. Here’s What You Need to Know Experts estimate that there are 4.8 billion social media users worldwide, so it’s no surprise that social media has become an essential part of our lives. It also shouldn’t be a surprise that social media has become a big part of Minnesota...
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Learn How to Get Your Documents Ready for Your MN Case Divorce in Minnesota is complicated due to various financial and legal issues. For this reason, you need to gather and prepare your monetary documents to increase your likelihood of getting a fair and equitable settlement.  Divorce cases often involve complex financial matters, including property...
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Options Exist to Recover Legal Fees In MN Whether someone can recover legal fees connected to a case they’ve pursued and likely won, there is a set rule. There are exceptions to that rule, however, which allow possible actions to collect fees you feel you deserve following a legal procedure. The “American Rule” and its...
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What Happens to Marijuana-related Criminal Records Now That it Is Legal in Minnesota  As of August 1, 2021, in the state of Minnesota, certain marijuana-related offenses are no longer considered illegal under state law. The passage and implementation of The Adult-Use Cannabis Act have resulted in changes to how marijuana-related criminal records are handled. Under...
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Marital Versus Non-Marital Property Under Minnesota Law Simply put, non-marital property is anything that isn’t marital property. Given this seemingly basic definition, people are often surprised at what will be considered marital property in a divorce or legal separation proceeding.  If there isn’t an exception that allows you to exclude an item of property from...
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What Serious Crimes Are Minnesotans Charged With Most Often? There is no such thing as a trivial criminal charge. A conviction for even relatively “minor” crimes can jeopardize your present and future. The criminal justice system is a hard place to navigate if you don’t have extensive experience. Regardless of the crime you’re accused of,...
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Problems In Marriage. Use of mediator
Deciding Between a Mediator and a Lawyer for Divorce No matter what your experience with your spouse has been like until now, deciding to get a divorce is almost always hard. You’ve spent time building a life together and had big plans for the future, yet it still managed to fall apart. Though it probably...
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Punishments for Burglary in Minnesota Can be Substantial  We all know it’s a crime to break into a building or somebody’s home to steal from them or violate them in any way. Yet despite this understanding, there are still many people who commit burglary and other property crimes every year. According to the FBI, there...
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