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Will your new car have drunk driving detection?

The U.S. government’s recently passed $1 trillion infrastructure bill includes allocations for transportation safety. Part of that money is for a specific purpose: reducing the number of drunk driving accidents and deaths on highways in Minnesota and across the...

Minnesota woman likely focused on DWI defense

Charges filed on Sept. 9 have implicated a 21-year-old woman in the death of another woman of the same age, according to local sources. Minnesota police in Minneapolis responded to a car accident in late May of this year that they believe may have been predicated by...

DWI defense considered for Minnesota driver

A man charged on Aug. 9 in the deaths of two other people is believed to have been intoxicated behind the wheel, according to authorities. Minneapolis police have charged the man with four counts of vehicular manslaughter and DWI for the deaths of two people, one of...

Developing the right defense to a DWI in Minnesota

Facing a drunk driving charge in Minnesota is a threat to one’s future as it can bring penalties that may include fines, time behind bars and more. It is important to develop a strong defense strategy based on the details of the individual case and the objectives of...

The outcome of a BAC test refusal

One of the most basic rights the U.S. Constitution protects is the right to avoid self-incrimination. In other words, you do not have to admit to any wrongdoing, and police may not coerce you into confessing your involvement in a crime. However, if you are hired for a...

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