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Can You Get a DWI for Prescription Drugs in Minnesota?
Can You Get a DWI for Prescription Drugs in Minnesota?

Minnesota’s driving while impaired law doesn’t apply only to situations where a person was intoxicated by alcohol. It also concerns violations involving controlled substances. For you, this means that taking a prescription medication that affects your ability to operate a ...

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  • Can You Get a DWI for Prescription Drugs in Minnesota?

    Minnesota’s driving while impaired law doesn’t apply only to situations where a person was intoxicated by alcohol. It also concerns violations involving controlled substances. For you, this means that ...

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  • How Does a Jury Decide Whether a Defendant Is Guilty or Not Guilty?

    When a criminal case goes to trial, a jury typically decides the outcome. The jurors will consider various pieces of evidence from both the prosecution and defense before determining the verdict. ...

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  • What Are Police Officers Looking for When They Administer Field Sobriety Tests?

    The third phase of the DWI detection and investigation process is the pre-arrest screening. During this stage, a police officer, having reasonable suspicion that you were driving while intoxicated, ...

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  • What Is the Court Process for Felonies in Minnesota?

    Contact Us At Brockton D. Hunter P.A. , we recognize that a lot of times when people are charged with felonies in Minneapolis, they are facing an unknown criminal justice system. They are often filled ...

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  • Are All Federal Crimes Felonies?

    Contact Us Generally, federal crimes carry more substantial penalties than state crimes. Because of this, and likely because of stories in the media of people convicted of federal crimes receiving ...

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  • I’ve Been Accused of Burglary. What Does That Mean?

    If you have been accused of burglary in Minnesota, that likely means you are facing a felony charge. At this level, a conviction could result in a prison term of more than one year and tens of ...

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