Monthly Archives: December 2022

Tips to Prevent MN Porch Piracy This Season
Tips to Prevent MN Porch Piracy This Season
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It is the season for many things, including having many packages delivered to your doorstep. While ordering items online is convenient, one thing that isn’t very convenient is having those packages stolen right off your porch – something often referred to as porch piracy.


Porch piracy is tempting to many, but there are many reasons to refrain from taking packages from people’s front steps. There is a large amount of legal trouble you can face for a crime that

How Long Does MN Police Have to File Drug Charges?
How Long Does MN Police Have to File Drug Charges?
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Category: Drug Crimes

In Minnesota, the police can’t take all the time they want to file drug charges against you most of the time. Statute of limitations exists to protect the rights of individuals. Minnesota police must abide by the law and respect the rights of citizens. If they wait too long to file charges, time will run out to initiate legal proceedings against someone.


Drug charges are a complex topic in the state, so it’s a good idea to have an

How to Avoid a MN DUI This Holiday Season
How to Avoid a MN DUI This Holiday Season
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Category: DWI/DUI


The holidays are a time of celebration. But some people take the merriment of being together with friends and family a little too far – and it can lead to a driving while impaired charge in Minnesota.


The best way to beat a DWI in the state is to keep it from ever happening. Here is how the state defines driving while impaired and some tips to help you avoid a charge this holiday season.


DWI in

Are You Required to Give DNA in a Minnesota Sex Crime Case?
Are You Required to Give DNA in a Minnesota Sex Crime Case?
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Category: Sex Crimes


Breakthroughs in DNA technology have helped solve some of the biggest crimes of this century. While it’s been a great tool in cold cases, DNA evidence in a sex crime case can significantly impact its outcome.


If you are facing accusations of a sex crime, it’s necessary to understand your rights when it comes to collecting DNA. You have the right to know your options in defending yourself in a case where DNA evidence weighs heavily against



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