First-degree murder is the most serious form of murder that you can be charged with. Not all murders are the same, so there are different kinds of killings that could be charged as first-degree murders. In all cases, there are factors called aggravating factors that play a role in the potential penalties you'll face.
A new partnership between the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) and the Duluth Police Department has one goal: to attack the opioid epidemic that is not only gripping the area, but also the entire country. The partnership was announced at the end of July. It will benefit all of St. Louis County as law enforcement agencies work to reduce the number of overdose deaths.
The laws surrounding marijuana in the state of Minnesota changed greatly in 2014 when the state signed medical marijuana legislation into law. Marijuana has not been decriminalized in Minnesota, one of the many states in the country yet to decriminalize the drug. Here is a brief look at the marijuana laws of the state of Minnesota.
Being charged with a federal crime can put you in a pretty bad situation. You will likely experience a lot of uncertainty about your future and what it entails. When you begin to create a defense to the federal crimes charges, you will likely consider looking into plea bargains. Plea bargains offer the following advantages.
Minnesota passed a medical marijuana law in 2014. Other states continue to legalize marijuana for adult recreational use. More and more people believe that using or even growing one's own marijuana should not be a crime. The law regarding growing marijuana has not changed, and it remains a crime in Minnesota, even for those with a medical marijuana recommendation.