June 15, 2020
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How Can a St. Paul Criminal Defense Lawyer Get Me Off the Sex Offender List?

Perhaps more than anyone else, former sex offenders are between a rock and a hard place. Registering as a sex offender makes life much more difficult […]
March 24, 2020
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Evidence in Sex Crimes Cases and St. Paul Criminal Defense Attorneys

Willaim Gladstone was wrong, at least with regard to evidence in sex crimes cases. This English statesman once said that justice delayed is justice denied. That […]
March 19, 2020
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How Can a St. Paul Criminal Defense Lawyer Get Me Out of Jail?

At one point in the 1983 classic The Outsiders, Dallas tries to talk Johnny out of turning himself in for a gang-related murder. “You don’t know […]
February 14, 2020
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Five Non-Intoxication Defenses and St. Paul DWI Defense Lawyers

Frequently, intoxication is the only issue in a DWI case. Generally, prosecutors can use either direct or circumstantial evidence to establish intoxication. Defendants whose BAC level […]
February 9, 2020
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How Does a St. Paul Drug Crime Defense Lawyer Respond to Drug-Free Zone Enhancements?

Minnesota has some of the most complex drug laws in the country. Most jurisdictions simply tie penalties to the nature of the substance and the defendant’s […]
January 5, 2020
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A St. Paul Drug Crimes Attorney Talks About Possession Charges

Harsh drug possession penalties might be one of the last vestiges of the 1980s war on drugs, which probably began with the heartbreaking 1986 drug overdose […]
June 17, 2019
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MN Court of Appeals Expands Online Sex Crimes Definition

The state’s highest criminal court recently ruled that any offline efforts are a “substantial step” towards the commission of a sexual offense. In State v. Wilkie, […]
June 11, 2019
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How Can a St. Paul Criminal Defense Lawyer Beat Violent Crime Charges?

Aggravated assault, murder, assault with a deadly weapon, and other violent crimes are usually spontaneous combustion offenses. Like Spontaneous Human Combustion, these offenses often happen without […]
April 8, 2019
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Minnesota’s Marijuana Task Force Draws Criticism

Minneapolis Democrat Sen. Scott Dibble says the state’s medical marijuana review board is nothing but “a coffee club” that has “no real purpose.” Current and former task […]