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April 2016 Archives

Man facing DUI charges after arrest in Minnesota

It was recently reported that a man was taken into custody in Minnesota on suspicion of driving under the influence. The man was from another state and reportedly had a past record of DUI offenses. Due to his particular circumstances, the man may wish to determine what legal avenues may help him best address his current predicament. 

Minnesota man charged with methamphetamine possession

Facing criminal charges is considered a serious situation by most individuals. As a result, when a person is accused of being involved in illegal activity, he or she will likely want to look for the best options for handling the predicament. One man in Minnesota may be hoping to find the legal route best suited for him after recently being taken into custody on charges relating to methamphetamine.

Criminal law: Minnesota man facing multiple charges

The allegations that come from being suspected of criminal activity could leave an individual reeling. He or she may not fully understand what the charges mean or how they may be handled in a court setting. Therefore, when a person is facing such uncertainty, he or she may wish to find out information on certain aspects of criminal law that may pertain to the particular circumstances.

Possession of firearm, murder charges filed in Minnesota

A recent incident in Minnesota has three men facing serious charges. Among those charges are illegal possession of firearm and murder. These allegations reportedly stem from a shooting that allegedly took place at a motel. Police were called to the scene after receiving a call about several gunshots being heard in a motel room. Authorities suspected that drug activity was involved.

Minnesota man faces second DUI charge

A Minnesota school superintendent may be considering his legal options after recently being taken into custody. Reports stated that the man was driving a pickup truck when he purportedly failed to dim his headlights. As a result of this apparent infraction, the man was stopped by a police officer. The man told the officer that the truck was new and that he was still getting used to the controls. However, the stop soon turned into a DUI arrest.

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