Warrants

May 30, 2020
St. Paul criminal defense lawyer

Five Search Warrant Exceptions and St. Paul Criminal Defense Lawyers

During colonial times, the hated British sometimes used writs of assistance, which were basically blank search warrants, to rummage through private property whenever they felt like […]
February 4, 2020
St. Paul felony lawyer

A St. Paul Felony Lawyer Talks About Legal Theories

Rest assured that this blog will not be nearly as boring as the title implies. And, there is nothing boring about criminal charges if you or […]
August 19, 2019
St. Paul criminal defense lawyer

A St. Paul Criminal Defense Lawyer Talks About Police Searches and Court Supervision

In a previous post, we mentioned that people who are on probation or parole may be subject to warrantless searches, in some cases. We received so […]
August 5, 2019
St. Paul Sex Crime Attorney

St. Paul Sex Crime Attorneys and Smartphone Searches

Smartphone technology has advanced at breakneck speed. The new iPhone X makes the original iPhone, which debuted in 2007, look like two tin cans attached to […]
June 5, 2019
St. Paul Criminal Defense Attorney

River Falls Police Issue Warrants in Drug Overdose Death

Two area men now face homicide charges for their role in a 2017 heroin overdose death at a nondescript Pierce County house. But in their zeal […]
May 16, 2019
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Authorities Break Up Rochester Meth Ring

Four people are in custody after authorities seized an “unusually large amount of meth” in a major suburban drug investigation. The investigation, which began in 2018, […]
April 30, 2019
St. Paul criminal defense attorney

Five Drug Crime Search Warrant Exceptions

In the 1960s, Supreme Court justices issued a number of criminal law decisions that upheld the rights of defendants, specifically with regard to the Fourth Amendment’s […]
October 25, 2018
St. Paul criminal defense attorney

Do You Have a Warrant Out in St. Paul?

According to news reports, fugitive recovery agents recently showed up to the apartment of a St. Paul man, only to have him jump out of his […]
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