Author: Luke Neuville

assault and battery
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Difference Between Assault and Battery?

Although often used interchangeably, in many states assault and battery are separate and distinct crimes. Generally, an assault is a threat or physical act that creates a reasonable apprehension

Disorderly Conduct
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What is Disorderly Conduct?

Most people have a general understanding of what constitutes disorderly conduct. Bar fights, public rioting, or an unruly fan running onto the field of play

search warrant
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How do Police Get a Search Warrant?

With a valid search warrant, the police will enter your home with or without your consent and will not respond kindly to anyone who obstructs

dui law
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Can the police arrest you for a DWI/DUI?

In Minnesota a police officer may lawfully arrest any person if the officer believes there is probable cause the person is driving while impaired, driving under the influence or underage drinking and driving.

CC Fraud MN
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Financial Transaction Card Fraud

Minnesota law criminalizes unlawful or unauthorized use of a financial transaction card. Penalties range from a gross misdemeanor to a felony, depending on the facts

Driving Laws
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Increased Minnesota DWI/DUI Enforcement

The Minnesota State Patrol and police departments around the Twin Cities are increasing efforts to target drunk driving by placing additional patrol officers on the

MN Law
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Possession of Drug Paraphernalia in Minnesota

In Minnesota, possession of drug paraphernalia is not a criminal offense. Rather, such an infraction is classified as a petty misdemeanor. Similar to a typical