27
Sep

Bail Amounts in Minnesota

When a person is in custody, he or she can be released on their own recognizance, on conditions (called conditional release) that may include a condition of reduced bail, or on maximum bail. So, the question we often get is – what is the maximu…
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24
Sep

Statute of Limitations for Criminal Charges in Minnesota

You may not realize that there is a statute of limitations period by which the State must bring an indictment or criminal complaint against an individual. Minn. Stat. 628.26 lists out the applicable statute of limitations for each type of crime. Ther…
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21
Sep

Minnesota Insurance Fraud

One of the more common cases we are seeing now is insurance fraud. It’s the result of the insurance companies asking the government to crack down on alleged improper billing by professional service providers – such as chiropractors. With…
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15
Sep

Identity Theft in Minnesota

Identity theft charges are becoming more prevalent in state and federal courts in Minnesota. If you find yourself facing identity theft charges, it is incumbent upon you to hire experienced and aggressive Minnesota identity theft attorneys to fight o…
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11
Sep

Responsibility for Storage Fees When Your Vehicle is Forfeited

At a recent conciliation court hearing on behalf of a client asserting that she was an innocent owner of a forfeited vehicle, the State vehemently objected to my request that the State bear responsibility for the storage fees of the vehicle. This is…
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3
Sep

Requesting an Additional Test When Arrested for DWI

When you are arrested for a DWI, you will be asked by the Officer to submit to a breath test, or either provide a urine sample or have blood drawn in order to determine your blood alcohol concentration (“BAC”) level. What the Officer likely will…
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1
Sep

Probation Violations - Disqualify a Judge?

In a probation violations setting, the deck is already stacked against the defendant in the sense that the State’s burden of proof is lower and the rules of evidence don’t apply. And that does not even include the possibility that the jud…
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