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When Can You Suppress Evidence in a Criminal Case?

Were you arrested and charged with a crime in Minnesota? If so, you are probably already aware of the fact that your innocence is presumed until you are proven guilty beyond a reasonable doubt. A criminal charge is not the same as a conviction. To obtain a conviction in a criminal case, the prosecution has...

Three Myths About Bail and Bond in Minnesota

An arrest is not a conviction. Technically speaking, a person who has been arrested has been taken into police custody on a temporary basis. Everyone is presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. Nonetheless, a person may be required to post bail to secure their release while they await a criminal trial....

Expert Witnesses and Family Law in Minnesota: A Guide

Many family law disputes are complicated. In certain circumstances, an expert witness may need to be brought in to help bring clarity to a specialized matter. Minnesota has strict rules and procedures regarding the use of expert witnesses. In this article, our Mankato family lawyers highlight the most important things you should know about expert...

How Do Prosecutors Prove Drugged Driving in Minnesota?

Drunk driving has long been a serious public safety issue in the United States. Drugged driving is a less appreciated, but no less severe problem. The National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) reports that 12.6 million Americans admitted to driving while under the influence of illicit drugs in 2018 alone. Highway safety experts believe the...