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Minnesota man facing DWI charges after arrest

A bizarre scenario ended with an arrest following a single-vehicle rollover accident in Stearns County, according to local sources. Minnesota police have confirmed the arrest of the driver, who reportedly was carrying a shotgun and refused medical attention. He now...

Understanding an arraignment for DWI

A DWI arrest can be the start of a long, confusing process, the results of which may follow you for the rest of your life. If it is your first experience in the back of a police cruiser, you may have many questions and concerns, including wondering what will happen...

2 individuals facing DWI charges in Minnesota

In an unusual scenario, two people in the same vehicle were both booked for DWI in Eden Prairie, according to local sources. Minnesota police conducted a routine traffic stop back in April, resulting in the arrest of one man and one woman. Both of these individuals...

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....

Complicating a DWI arrest

A driver facing a first offense DWI in Minnesota has the chance of receiving some leniency in court. With a well-presented defense strategy, a driver with no prior alcohol-related convictions in the past 10 years may hope to avoid jail time if no other aggravating...

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...

License revocation and the trouble it brings

Few people can function effectively without a driver’s license to get them where they need to go. While there are plenty of other options, such as public transportation, ride-sharing and other forms of travel, having a car and a valid Minnesota driver’s license allows...

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