Drug Crimes

In Minnesota, drug charges are serious, and people should not take them lightly. The consequences can not only have short term effects but a lasting impact on your future. A Minnesota drug lawyer should be...
In the State of Minnesota, there are five severity levels for drug crimes with first degree drug charges being the most severe and fifth degree charges being less severe. The most severe level of drug...
https://youtu.be/cZD2e50KH_Q Drug tests can greatly influence legal outcomes and if charged with a drug crime, understanding them is crucial. In this article, we focus on three methods: urine analysis (UA), blood tests, and hair tests....
Drug possession is a serious criminal offense under both state and felony law. Depending on the nature and the quantity of the controlled substance, drug possession could be charged as a felony that carries significant...
According to reporting from CBS Minnesota, the Minnesota recreational marijuana legalization bill continues to make progress in our state capital of Saint Paul. If passed into law, the reform legislation would allow for the adult (21+)...
The possession or sale of drugs in Minnesota is a serious offense. Such crimes are common, and vigorously prosecuted. However, the Minnesota legislature recently enacted laws that reflect a growing trend to recognize the difference between...
Minnesota law prohibits the possession, manufacture, and sale of certain controlled substances. If you are charged with a drug crime, there may be several drug defenses available. One should always consult with an attorney if...
As of December 1, 2016, employers are required to have an established “reasonable procedure” for injured workers to report any workplace injuries or illness accurately and in a timely manner. According to OSHA comments, post-accident...
Police was given a new weapon to combat drugged driving, a mouth-swab that can test if a driver recently used drugs. Drugged driving, like intoxicated driving, is illegal. However, police have struggled to define a...
A report released by the Foundation for Advancing Alcohol Responsibility and the Governor’s Highway Safety Association found that the number of American fatalities in car crashes in which drugs were present or detected in car...

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