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MINNEAPOLIS CRIMINAL & VETERANS DEFENSE

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  • What Is Sextortion?
    What Is Sextortion?

    Sextortion involves the use of coercion or threats to force an individual to send sexually explicit photos and/or videos of themselves. Essentially, the term is short for sexual extortion. The person ...

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  • What Constitutes Harassment in Minnesota?
    What Constitutes Harassment in Minnesota?

    According to Minnesota law, harassment occurs when a person knowingly engages in behavior that adversely affects the person subject to the conduct. Specifically, Minnesota Statutes § 609.749 provides ...

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  • What Is Minnesota's Shoplifting Law?
    What Is Minnesota's Shoplifting Law?

    Generally, shoplifting is when someone takes an item from a store without paying for it. But it also includes instances of people using tricks or deception to leave the retailer without paying full ...

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  • Is Taking Someone Else's Mail Considered Mail Fraud?
    Is Taking Someone Else's Mail Considered Mail Fraud?

    Taking someone else's mail is a crime. But it's not mail fraud. Under federal law, mail fraud occurs when a person uses the U.S. Postal Service (USPS) or a commercial mail carrier to further a fraud ...

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  • How Does Bail Work in MN?
    How Does Bail Work in MN?

    What You Need to Know About Bail If you were arrested in Minnesota and taken into police custody, you may sit in jail for a period of hours or days depending on the nature of your alleged criminal ...

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  • What Are Aggravating Factors in a Criminal Case?
    What Are Aggravating Factors in a Criminal Case?

    Understanding MN Aggravating Circumstances Aggravating factors are circumstances that increase the severity and responsibility of criminal acts. If you are convicted of a criminal offense, your ...

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