Monthly Archives: May 2018

New DWI Bill Passes in Minnesota – What’s Going to Change?
New DWI Bill Passes in Minnesota – What’s Going to Change?
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Category: DWI/DUI

Recently, a bill passed the Minnesota Senate with a vote of 59 to 7 that expands DWI laws for snowmobiles and all-terrain vehicles. Here are the main areas which will be affected:


  • Operation of recreational vehicles after a DWI conviction will be prohibited.
  • The zero-tolerance law for drinking and driving under the age of 21 will be expanded to all vehicles, including recreational vehicles.
  • The driver’s license revocation will now extend to DWI offenses committed with recreational vehicles.


Minnesota Credit Card Fraud Charges: How to Fight Back
Minnesota Credit Card Fraud Charges: How to Fight Back
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So many people are using credit cards for all their transactions that credit and debit card fraud is becoming more and more common. To combat the rise, law enforcement officials are getting more aggressive with how they go after suspected fraudsters and prosecute them.


If you are facing credit card fraud charges in Minnesota, it is important that you understand what the law says and what potential defenses you can use in this post.


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Which Drugs Have the Harshest Possession Penalties in Minnesota?
Which Drugs Have the Harshest Possession Penalties in Minnesota?
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Drug crimes are some of the most commonly charged offenses in our state. In fact, the majority of inmates in both state and federal Minnesota prisons are serving sentences for drug-related offenses.


Our state penalizes drug possession by the type and amount of controlled substance(s) the defendant is alleged to be in possession of. In general, drugs with the highest potential for abuse and adverse effects (for example, heroin) are most harshly penalized.


Although drug crimes are

What Might Removing MN’s Statute of Limitations for Sex Offenses Mean?
What Might Removing MN’s Statute of Limitations for Sex Offenses Mean?
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Category: Sex Crimes


A potential change is coming to Minnesota that would remove the statute of limitations for some sex offenses in our state. This change would allow people to report incidents decades after they occurred.


What is it specifically?


Last month, Minnesota lawmakers considered a bill that would allow victims to report felony sex crimes with no matter when they occurred. The bill is called H3434, and it has one sponsor and 22 cosponsors in the House. The



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