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How to Prepare for Your Minnesota Record Sealing
How to Prepare for Your Minnesota Record Sealing
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A criminal record can be an obstacle plenty of Minnesotans have to overcome in their lives…more than once. If you’re one of them, know you’re not the only one.


Also know, Minnesota law offers the option for many past offenders to truly leave your history where it belongs through the record sealing process.


Learn here what sealing your record means, whether you qualify, and how to initiate the record sealing process here in Minnesota.


What Does

1 in 4 Minneapolis Domestic Violence Calls Aren’t Violent
1 in 4 Minneapolis Domestic Violence Calls Aren’t Violent
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A recent study found that Minneapolis has a serious issue with domestic violence calls. The issue, they found, was that the majority of domestic violence call did not actually involve any actual violence.


Instead, the majority of calls involved moments of crisis between family members and they simply didn’t know who to turn to. To be exact, it was found that only 1 in every 4 domestic violence calls end with police filing a report. There were no

Intent Matters When It Comes to Murder in Minnesota
Intent Matters When It Comes to Murder in Minnesota
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Category: Murder


In Brooklyn Park, a man was recently found guilty of the second-degree murder of his two-month-old son. The defendant admitted in court to hitting the child and admitted that his actions lead to the baby’s death.


So how is an outright admission of guilt in killing an infant not considered first-degree murder? Because Minnesota murder charges depend heavily upon intent.


How Does Minnesota Define Intent?


Most murder cases involve proving a specific intent to end

Lie to Fellow MN Bus Passengers, Your 2-Week Quarantine Goes to 3 Months
Lie to Fellow MN Bus Passengers, Your 2-Week Quarantine Goes to 3 Months
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You’ve heard the adage, “be careful what you say.” One Vermont man recently learned this lesson the hard way.


While riding on public transit, he made the claim to fellow passengers that he was infected with Coronavirus. Well — reasonably enough — they panicked. The claim led to the bus immediately being pulled over and evacuated.


Because of this disturbance, the man was arrested and charged with false public alarm and disorderly conduct. This particular charge



With offices in Minneapolis and Stillwater, Minnesota, Keyser Law, P.A. handles cases throughout the Minneapolis-St. Paul metropolitan area including:




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