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What Are the Consequences of Vehicular Homicide in Minnesota?
What Are the Consequences of Vehicular Homicide in Minnesota?

Criminal vehicular homicide occurs when someone unintentionally takes another person's life while operating a motor vehicle. It is an offense if the individual who caused the accident was grossly negligent, under the influence, or driving a car with a known safety defect. In ...

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  • What Are the Consequences of Vehicular Homicide in Minnesota?

    Criminal vehicular homicide occurs when someone unintentionally takes another person's life while operating a motor vehicle. It is an offense if the individual who caused the accident was grossly ...

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    If you’re alleged to have been involved in a drug crime , you can face more than incarceration and/or fines. You might also lose your vehicle through a process called forfeiture. If your car is ...

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