Monthly Archives: January 2014

Minnesota’s ‘Buzzed’ Public Awareness Campaign Is A Good First Step

Sometimes, people hear the term “drunk driver” and picture someone who is so inebriated that he or she can’t stand. Minnesota law sees things differently. Recently, authorities began a “Buzzed Driving” campaign meant to educate Minnesota residents about what really constitutes “drunk driving.” In Minnesota, as in all states, the legal blood-alcohol content limit to …

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Recent Aggravated Robbery and Assault Case in Minneapolis

In Minneapolis, a mayoral candidate recently became a victim of assault and attempted robbery at the Mall of America. A local news article reports that two teenaged girls, one of them 17 and the other 18, face two charges of aggravated robbery and an additional charge of second-degree assault; all of these are felonies. (Reports …

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Duluth Assesses Drinking Culture After Woman Nearly Freezes To Death

Duluth is assessing whether its significant college population has a drinking culture after a young woman nearly froze to death after a night out with friends. While this particular story does not have a DWI element, I thought it was still worth writing about. My work as a Minneapolis criminal defense lawyer requires me to …

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Be Aware of Hennepin County Warrant Sweep for DWI offenders

If you’re one of the many Hennepin County people with a warrant out for your arrest, it may be time to contact a Minneapolis DWI Attorney. Currently the sheriff is conducting warrant sweeps through the end of the year, especially focusing on DWI warrants. Warrant sweeps are where a law enforcement agency attempts to follow …

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