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What to Do if You are Accused of Molesting a Student

Your primary role as an educator is to impart knowledge and guide students in their learning. For the most part, the close relationships you form with children in your classes is mutually beneficial and fulfilling. There are, however, risks involved when you teach minors. One of the most serious things that can happen to you …

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Are You Accused Of Rape And Sexual Assault In Minnesota? Here Is What You Need To Know

Of course, rape and sexual assault are illegal in most states, Minnesota is no exception. Minnesota does not refer to these crimes as rape and assault. Instead, the legal term is “criminal sexual conduct.” There are five levels of criminal sexual conduct in Minnesota. These five levels change based on the age of the person …

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Resisted Arrest When Intoxicated? Consult with a Minneapolis DWI Lawyer

When people get arrested for alleged crimes involving intoxication, there’s a chance they might not comply with police officers. This can happen if they’re pulled over and arrested for DWI. It can also happen in other instances, such as a recent case where a man with a reported blood alcohol content (BAC) of .29 was …

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Minneapolis Criminal Defense Attorney: How to Fight False Allegations of Domestic Abuse

Minneapolis Criminal Defense Attorney: How to Fight False Allegations of Domestic Abuse Domestic abuse remains a serious problem in our culture.  That said, many of the laws which seek to adjudicate the problem are new, and many are so broadly written as to facilitate a spate of false allegations of abuse.  False allegations of abuse …

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A Closer Look at Minnesota Domestic Violence Laws

In Minnesota, domestic violence changes are quite serious. They pertain to any persons who commits violence against a family member or and other specified person(s). Other specifies persons can include a roommate or former roommate, significant other, people who have dated, those that have children together. If an individual has injured one of these persons …

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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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Recent Sentencing of Former Minneapolis Police Officer

A former Minneapolis police officer was recently sentenced to one year in a work release program for soliciting underage girls. Bradley Schnickel, 33, pled guilty to two counts of soliciting children to engage in sex, and will now spend time in the Hennepin County Adult Corrections Facility, while also undergoing therapy for his sex addiction. …

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