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Five Ways to Support a Spouse Charged With a Minneapolis DWI

If your spouse has been charged with a DWI, you might feel as if your family’s life has been turned upside down. Whether your spouse is waiting for their hearing, will be fighting a possible conviction, or might need help beyond legal advice and counseling, as a spouse, it might fall to you to provide… Read more »

The Primary Reasons to Consider Hiring a Minneapolis DWI Defense Lawyer

If you have been charged with a DWI in Minneapolis or the surrounding area, you may be feeling overwhelmed and unsure about what your options are, or what your rights are in this situation. One of the most important things to do after being arrested for a DWI is to contact a DWI defense lawyer…. Read more »

Do You Have a Right to Refuse Field Sobriety Tests in Minnesota?

Minnesota, like every state, takes driving under the influence very seriously. However, the state has also mandated that law enforcement’s hunt for drunk drivers not impede the rights of its citizens. As such, drunk driving checkpoints were made illegal and police officers have a series of strict rules to follow when apprehending those that they… Read more »

When Technology Fails – DWI Tests that Might Lead to Inaccuracies

While there are DWI cases that can be fought, it can be harder to get your case thrown out if you have taken a breathalyzer test. But what if this test itself was inaccurate? There are plenty of ways that technology can fail. Most individuals might think that technology when it comes to drug and… Read more »

Minnesota Marijuana Wax and Oil Defense Lawyer

Minnesota law lists marijuana and direct derivatives such as waxes and oils used in vaping as Schedule 1 controlled substances. Possession of a small amount of marijuana (less than 42.5 grams (about 1.5 ounces) is a petty misdemeanor punishable by up to a $300.00 fine.   First-time possession of more than 42.5 grams is a gross… Read more »

Can a Minnesota Solicitation of Prostitution Lawyer Help You?

Being arrested for solicitation of prostitution is not only embarrassing, but it can also have serious consequences. However, you may have a defense or a mitigating circumstance that could either dismiss or reduce your charges. To protect your future, learn more about this charge from an experienced Minnesota solicitation of prostitution attorney from the information… Read more »

Minnesota Prescription Drug Charges Lawyer

Illegal possession of medications is a serious drug problem. In recent years, the epidemic of addiction to prescription medications, especially pain killers has shifted the attention of law enforcement efforts to illegal possession, sale, and distribution of prescription medication (or drugs that could have and should have been legally prescribed by physicians). A patient with… Read more »

Minnesota Revenge Porn Lawyer

Under Minnesota law, it is a crime to intentionally disseminate an image of another person who is depicted in a sexual act or whose intimate parts are exposed, in whole or in part, when 1) the depicted person is identifiable, 2) the accused knows or should reasonably know that the depicted person does not consent… Read more »

False Police Report Minnesota

What To Know About Falsely Reporting A Crime In Minnesota A charge of falsely reporting a crime is taken very seriously in the state of Minnesota. The long-term consequences can have a negative impact, affecting a person’s life long into their future. Law enforcement and the judiciary consider serious consequences to be a reasonable deterrent… Read more »

What Do You Really Know about Expungement?

Minneapolis Expungement Lawyer We’re heading back to school for a true/false quiz, as we look at what you really know about Expungement. Read on to learn what’s true and what’s false. Expungement means the court destroys my criminal record. False. Expungement in Minnesota means that the court seals your criminal record, not destroys it. No… Read more »