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MINNEAPOLIS CRIMINAL & VETERANS DEFENSE

Blog Posts in 2020

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  • How Serious Is a No Contact Order Violation?
    How Serious Is a No Contact Order Violation?

    In a domestic assault matter, a court may issue a domestic abuse no contact order (DANCO). The DANCO can be issued as a condition of pretrial release or probation. Under Minnesota law , a DANCO may be ...

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  • Is a DWI a Felony in MN?
    Is a DWI a Felony in MN?

    In Minnesota, it is illegal for a person to operate, drive, or be in physical control of a vehicle while they are under the influence of drugs and/or alcohol or they have a blood alcohol concentration ...

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  • What Happens If a Juvenile Is Convicted of a Crime?
    What Happens If a Juvenile Is Convicted of a Crime?

    In Minnesota, if a person under 18 years of age engages in illegal conduct, their case will be processed through the juvenile court system. However, exceptions exist, and we'll discuss those later. ...

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  • Spitting Can Lead to a Felony Charge
    Spitting Can Lead to a Felony Charge

    When a person thinks of an assaultive offense being committed, images of someone inflicting or attempting to inflict bodily harm may be conjured. And while such conduct may be prohibited under a few ...

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  • Is It Illegal to Use a Dab Pen in Minnesota?
    Is It Illegal to Use a Dab Pen in Minnesota?

    Dab pens are similar to vapes in that they are battery-powered devices that heat up and vaporize a substance. The user inhales the vapors to achieve some type of effect. However, unlike vapes that ...

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  • What's the Difference Between Tax Evasion and Tax Avoidance?
    What's the Difference Between Tax Evasion and Tax Avoidance?

    When tax time rolls around, many Americans seek to reduce their tax liability, meaning decrease the amount they owe to the government. To do this, some might engage in tax avoidance, while others ...

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