Drug Crimes

EXPUNGING RECORDS When DWI MN records are expunged, they are sealed by the court. A DWI Minnesota is considered a crime that creates a criminal record in the court system. A criminal record is hard...
ENTRAPMENT Although an entrapment defense can be a very effective way to defeat many types of criminal charges, for the defense to be valid, it must contain two elements. First, the defendant must prove through...
More than 18 million women were addicted to opiate prescription medications in 2014. Many women were stay-at-home moms who admitted to using opiates to cope with the stress of motherhood. MOMS AND OPIATE ADDICTION Recent...
Minnesota has made heroin possession, regardless of the amount, a serious felony offense. Those found to be in possession may face a range of penalties depending on the amounts and circumstances of their offenses. Heroin...
The State of Minnesota is working to divert drug offenders from prison and into drug treatment programs | Drug Court |  It’s currently estimated that 8% of Minnesotans use illicit or illegal drugs at least...
In Minnesota, it’s illegal for an individual to drive a motor vehicle while under the influence of a (prescription drug) Schedule I or Schedule II controlled substance. A MN DWI lawyer is often necessary to...
A recent Supreme Court ruling means that evidence obtained after an illegal stop may now be admitted into court under certain circumstances. As long as the search is conducted after an arrest warrant is discovered,...
Drug violence and alcohol violence are on the rise in Minnesota. The presence of drugs or alcohol can place men, women, and children at risk of experiencing an assault. It is estimated that alcohol plays...
Within the state of Minnesota charges for drug crimes are some of the most frequent criminal charges in the courts. Minnesota also happens to have some of the country’s most harsh penalties for the use of “controlled...
Too many Americans are dependent on opioid painkillers. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has gone so far as to declare opioid painkiller usage an epidemic. Not only are thousands of Americans dependent on these prescription drugs, but...

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