Criminal attorneys and defendants will soon no longer have the ability to keep news cameras out of the courtroom after the Minnesota Supreme Court issued new rules last week. The decision came after justices reviewed recent changes that allowed some high profile criminal cases to be documented and livestreamed in real time. The most noteworthy […]
Added Drunk Driving Patrols Expected Through St. Patty’s Day Weekend
Although we have yet to hear a formal announcement, Minnesota police are expected to take part in extra DWI patrols on St. Patrick’s Day and through the holiday weekend to help keep drunk drivers off the roads. In previous years, more than 300 agencies from across the state have come together to conduct extra drunk […]
Can Someone Call In My Plates For DWI?
If you see someone that is driving recklessly or you suspect that they may be under the influence, you may wonder if you should call the police and report the driver. We all want to drive on safe roads, but can police just take your word for it and pull over the suspect as soon […]
How Long Do Misdemeanors And Felonies Stay On Your Record In Minnesota?
Everyone deserves a second chance, but sometimes that second chance can be difficult to come by if you’re still dealing with the fallout of a criminal conviction. How long will a felony or misdemeanor stay on your record, and is there anything you can do to get these convictions off your criminal record? We take […]
What To Know About A First Offense DWI Charge In Minnesota
Nobody plans to get a DWI, but every day more Minnesotans find themselves facing the first drunk driving charge of their life. Hopefully it is also the last DWI charge of their life, but even so, they’ll want to carefully navigate their current case so that they don’t end up facing an unfavorable outcome. So […]
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