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Minneapolis Obstruction of Justice Attorney

You could be facing an obstruction of justice conviction if you have interfered with any sort of police work. This can include work being done by the state and federal police, investigators, regulatory agencies, prosecutors or any other government officials. If you have been accused or arrested for obstruction of justice, contact Samson Law Firm… Read more »

Minneapolis Defense Lawyer

A white collar crime is usually classified as a felony offense and can come with serious consequences. Regardless of whether you have been arrested for embezzlement, bribery, exhortation, insider trading or a combination of all four, you could be looking at a long prison sentence if you do not play your cards right. So what… Read more »

Minneapolis Juvenile Lawyer

Juvenile law is a whole separate branch of criminal justice in the state of Minnesota. Juvenile law refers to a crime committed by anyone under the age of 18. The juvenile system focuses on both punishment and rehabilitation to ensure that the youth does not continue down a path of criminal activity during his adult… Read more »

Minneapolis Probation Violation Attorney

If you have been offered probation, then you are probably feeling on top of the world. In most instances, probation means that you do not have to serve all of your jail time as long as you follow the strict conditions set forth by the judge. Instead of spending your days in a prison cell,… Read more »

Minnesota Personal Injury Attorney

Getting hurt is never any fun. The last thing you want to do is spend your days in a hospital bed or at rehabilitation courses. However, some accidents cannot be avoided.  Furthermore in many instances, your insurance coverage will not be enough to cover the costs of the hospital bills and the financial losses you… Read more »

Minnesota Identity Theft

Identity theft in Minnesota is referred to as an act in which another fraudulently steals money or obtains other benefits by stealing the identity of another. The Minnesota identity theft statutes state that anyone who possesses, transfers, or uses the identity of another with the intent to aid, commit, or abet any unlawful activity, is… Read more »

Minnesota Gross Misdemeanors

A gross misdemeanor in Minnesota can land a person in jail for up to one year and carry a maximum fine of $3,000. As for what constitute gross misdemeanor charges in Minnesota, they include third degree DUI or DWI, second degree DUI or DWI, repeat violations of an order of protection, repeat assaults, and a… Read more »

Minnesota Obstruction Of Justice

Any time that someone interferes with any sort of work by law enforcement, federal or state investigators, prosecutors, regulatory agencies, or other officials, this is considered obstruction of justice in Minnesota. However, there are a number of other crimes in Minnesota that may fit under the category of obstruction of justice. Those crimes include: Fleeing… Read more »

How is Identity Theft in Minnesota Prosecuted?

Identity theft in Minnesota is referred to as an act in which another fraudulently steals money or obtains other benefits by stealing the identity of another. The Minnesota identity theft statutes state that anyone who possesses, transfers, or uses the identity of another with the intent to aid, commit, or abet any unlawful activity, is… Read more »

Minnesota Gross Misdemeanors and their Punishments

A gross misdemeanor in Minnesota can land a person in jail for up to one year and carry a maximum fine of $3,000. As for what constitute gross misdemeanor charges in Minnesota, they include third degree DUI or DWI, second degree DUI or DWI, repeat violations of an order of protection, repeat assaults, and a… Read more »

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STATE V. O.S.

County: Scott

Type of Charge: 3rd DWI

Priors: 1 prior

Final Deposition: Plead to a 4th degree DWI

Sentence Imposed: No jail

STATE V. M.S.

County: Dakota

Type of Charge: Harassment Order

Priors: None

Final Deposition: Dismissed

Sentence Imposed:

STATE V. L.N.

County: Hennepin

Type of Charge: Solicitation of Prostitute

Priors: 1 prior

Final Deposition: Stay of imposition vacate and dismiss

Sentence Imposed: No jail

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