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Strong DWI defense most likely needed for bus driver

A bus driver has been accused of driving several student athletes (several under 16 years of age) and their coaching staff while under the influence of alcohol, according to a recent report. The Minnesota State Patrol confirmed the 47-year-old driver was arrested and...

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...

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...

Minnesota mayor charged with drunk driving

The mayor of Elysian has been charged with multiple infractions after an alleged drunk driving incident in May, according to local sources. Minnesota authorities have charged Thomas McBroom with two counts of third-degree DWI as well as a count of careless driving....

What happens if I refuse to walk the line?

It may seem like a cliché, but if police pull you over under suspicion of drunk driving, they will likely ask you to step out of the car and submit to field sobriety tests. This means walking heel-to-toe, standing on one leg, and following the officer’s finger with...

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