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What is a Petty Misdemeanor Offense in Minnesota?

Petty misdemeanors are minor offenses that are prohibited by the statutes of the State of Minnesota. A petty misdemeanor will usually result in a fine and does not have a jail penalty. The maximum penalty for a petty misdemeanor conviction is a fine of not more than...

Minnesota Underage Drinking and Driving Laws

It is a crime for any person under the age of 21 years to drive after consuming any alcohol. If an underage person drinks and drives, they will face penalties under Minnesota’s “Not A Drop” law and possibly the DWI laws. If you have been charged with underage...

What Are Minnesota’s Distracted Driving Laws?

It is illegal for drivers to read, compose or send text messages and emails or access the internet while the vehicle is in motion or a part of traffic. A violation may result in a texting and driving charge. If you have been charged with texting and driving you may be...

What Are Minnesota’s Highway Littering Laws & Penalties?

A driver of a motor vehicle shall not throw, deposit, place, or dump upon any street or highway any item or substance likely to injure any other person, animal, or vehicle. A violation may lead to a littering charge. If you have been charged with littering or dropping...

What Happens If I Fail To Yield In Minnesota?

A driver of a vehicle approaching a yield sign must slow to a speed that is reasonable for conditions of traffic and visibility, and stop if necessary. Additionally, a driver must yield the right-of-way to any pedestrian legally crossing the roadway. Failure to comply...

What Happens If I Pass A Stopped School Bus in MN?

When a school bus is stopped on a street or highway and displays an extended stop-signal arm and flashing red lights, the driver of a vehicle approaching the bus must stop the vehicle at least 20 feet away from the bus. Failure to do so may result in a passing a...

Fleeing the Police in Minnesota Laws & Penalties

A driver may be charged with fleeing a police officer in a motor vehicle if the individual increases their speed, turns off their headlights or taillights, fails to stop or uses other means to evade police after the officer signals for the driver to stop. If you have...
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