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Assault Defense Lawyer Minneapolis, MN
Assault is one of the most commonly charged criminal offenses in Minnesota. Assault also has some of the worst direct and collateral consequences of any criminal charge in Hennepin County.
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Criminal Defense Lawyer Minneapolis, MN
Minneapolis Criminal Defense Attorney. Being charged with a Criminal Defense charge can carry a variety of consequences – depending on the severity of the case….
Criminal Vehicular Operation Defense Lawyer Minneapolis, MN
Section 609.2113 of the Minnesota Statutes is one of the most complex and most serious felonies in the Gopher State. This statute covers most impaired driving offenses which cause serious injury or death.
Disorderly Conduct Defense Lawyer Minneapolis, MN
Most states have a general disturbing the peace, reckless conduct, or disorderly conduct statute. Section 609.72 of the Minnesota Statutes is actually more specific than some other similar laws in other states.
Domestic Assualt Defense Lawyer Minneapolis, MN
According to one estimate, one in four women are the victim of relationship violence at some point during their lives. Even if that statistic is inflated, there is no doubt that domestic violence is one of society’s most serious problems.
Drug Crimes Defense Lawyer Minneapolis, MN
The term “war on drugs” has fallen out of favor, but police officers are still very aggressive in this area, and so are prosecutors. The good news is that these charges are harder than ever for authorities to prove in court.
DWI and DUI Defense Lawyer Minneapolis, MN
Minnesota-based DWI and Minneapolis DUI Attorney. If you or a loved one has been arrested and charged with DWI or DUI and need a Minneapolis…
Firearms Weapons Defense Lawyer Minneapolis, MN
The Constitution gives people the right to keep and bear arms. However, governments, including the state of Minnesota, have substantial leeway when it comes to gun ownership and carrying restrictions.
Forgery Charges Defense Lawyer Minneapolis, MN
Many people equate forgery with a false signature on a document. But in Minnesota, this offense is much broader. Using or possessing a forged instrument is illegal.
Fraud Charges Defense Lawyer Minneapolis, MN
Fraud schemes run the gauntlet from relatively simple affairs, like credit card fraud, to multibillion-dollar Ponzi schemes. Even though they are simple, a state law conviction could mean years in prison.
Liquor Law Defense Lawyer Minneapolis, MN
Whether you operate a grocery store, convenience store, or restaurant, alcohol sales probably make up a significant percentage of your revenue. Any legal interruption, such as a claim against your license or an alleged dram shop violation, could be financially devastating.
Motor Vehicle & Auto Theft Defense Lawyer Minneapolis, MN
Auto theft is one of the most serious felonies in Minnesota. And, as outlined below, this offense is much broader in the Gopher State than it is elsewhere. In fact, in Hennepin County, auto theft is actually an umbrella term for a number of different offenses.
Robbery Defense Lawyer Minneapolis, MN
In many courts, robbery is one of the most serious felony cases. Many judges and prosecutors believe these offenders pose a significant threat to public safety. Additionally, these infractions have a readily identifiable victim.
Sex Crimes Defense Lawyer Minneapolis, MN
Very few offenses have as severe direct and collateral consequences as sex crimes. A conviction could mean many years in prison. A conviction could also mean long-term registration as a sex offender and a number of other issues.
Theft Defense Lawyer Minneapolis, MN
Generally, theft is taking property without the owner’s consent with the intent to permanently deprive the owner of the full use and enjoyment of that property. Certain forms of auto theft, like joyriding, do not have the same intent element.
Traffic Violations Defense Lawyer Minneapolis, MN
Minnesota Traffic Violation Lawyer If you’ve recently been issued with a traffic violation ticket then you’ll know just how inconvenient they can be, not to…
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State V. A.D.
Original Charge: (F) 2nd Degree Burglary, Felony Theft
Test Result: None
Final Disposition: STAY OF IMPOSITION* on 2nd Degree Burglary, Felony Theft Dismissed
Sentence Imposed: This was a very serious charge, carrying a very serious term of jail for the client if convicted....
State V. A.S.
County: Washington (StillwateR)
Original Charge: (GM) 3rd Degree DWI (Minor Child in the Vehicle)
Test Result: 12
Final Disposition: 12
Sentence Imposed: We were able to secure a sentence which included no executed jail, and a $300.00 Fine.
State V. A.T.
Original Charge: (GM) 2nd Degree DWI (3 Minor Children in the Vehicle)
Test Result: 057
Final Disposition: (PM) Careless Driving
Sentence Imposed: We were able to negotiate the Client’s Gross Misdemeanor charge down to a Petty Misdemeanor, which does not...
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Is Urinating in Public a Sex Offender Crime in Minnesota?
Author: Cody Wright
It is unlikely that urinating in public would be considered a sex offender crime in Minnesota. In fa
What is the Difference Between Robbery and Burglary in Minnesota?
Author: Gerald Miller
It is not unusual for people to use the terms “burglary” and “robbery” interchangeably. Afte