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MINNEAPOLIS CRIMINAL & VETERANS DEFENSE

Blog Posts in 2014

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  • Special Considerations in Attorney-Veteran Client Relationships
    Special Considerations in Attorney-Veteran Client Relationships

    The winter issue of The Challenger, the Minnesota Association of Criminal Defense Attorney’s quarterly periodical, features an article by Minneapolis, Minnesota criminal defense attorneys from ...

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  • More Reasons to Contact a Criminal Defense Lawyer
    More Reasons to Contact a Criminal Defense Lawyer

    You likely understand that the job of a criminal defense lawyer is to help you fight against a conviction of the charges you are facing. You may not realize all of the other things a criminal lawyer ...

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  • New Expungement Law in Minnesota Goes Into Effect Jan 1, 2015
    New Expungement Law in Minnesota Goes Into Effect Jan 1, 2015

    For thousands of Minnesotans, the process of expungement provided an opportunity to clear their criminal record and start fresh. On January 1, 2015, the new expungement law in Minnesota made Minnesota ...

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  • The History of DUI Laws in America
    The History of DUI Laws in America

    History of Drunk Driving Laws As our nation has evolved, so has the formation and evolution of various laws and regulations. Driving under the influence ( DUI ) laws is no exception to this truth. ...

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  • Federal vs. State Criminal Charges
    Federal vs. State Criminal Charges

    Being charged with a crime can be an overwhelming, complicated and confusing process. The process can become even more complicated if there is a chance that you could be charged with a federal crime ...

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  • More Minnesotans Eligible to Have Criminal Records Sealed
    More Minnesotans Eligible to Have Criminal Records Sealed

    On May 14, 2014 Governor Mark Dayton signed H.F. 2576 , a bill that revamped Minnesota’s expungement laws. What will this mean for Minnesotans who have a criminal record? The new law gives courts the ...

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