21
Dec

Temporary Reinstatement of Driving Privileges Following a DWI

Following a DWI, one of the most severe and immediate consequences is the revocation of the person’s driving privileges. The duration of the revocation can be from 90 days up to several years, depending on the circumstances of the arrest. A per…
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14
Dec

Minnesota's DWI Law About to Get a Close-Up

In just our last blog, we quoted Justice Alan Page’s infamous lambasting of his colleagues when he said the Minnesota Supreme Court (at least the majority) wished it lived in a world without McNeely. Well, the Supreme Court of the United States…
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9
Dec

Equal Protection and Due Process Violations in Minnesota DWI Law

As the veritable Justice Alan Page penned: “(Minnesota) court(s) apparently wish that we lived in a world without Missouri v. McNeely.” Such a strong shot fired at his fellow justices is true because ever since the United States Supreme C…
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7
Dec

Aiding and Abetting Does Not Require a Conviction for the Principal Actor

Talk about crappy luck…. So imagine you are a poor schmuck, you happen to believe strongly in the Second Amendment’s guarantee of a personal right to a firearm, and you have buddies who do stupid things. Maybe it’s not such a good i…
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