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The opioid problem in Minnesota

The fact that Minnesota has an opioid death epidemic is indisputable. In 2008, there were so few deaths of this nature that the CDC did not bother to count them individually. However, in 2014, over one hundred people in Minnesota, alone, died as a result of an opioid overdose. Fatalities occur all around the state, but the highest number of deaths happen in rural areas where medical treatment is difficult to reach.

Can diabetes affect the results of a sobriety test?

If you have diabetes, and you are pulled over in Grand Forks and charged with drunk driving, you may be able to prove that your field sobriety test or breath test was influenced by your health condition. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, it depends on which test you were administered and the type of diabetic condition you were suffering from at the time.

The problem with felony sentencing in North Dakota

North Dakota's prisons are filling up with low-level offenders, resulting in crowding and recidivism

Law enforcement agencies and lawmakers in North Dakota are looking for ways to decrease corrections spending and prevent repeat offenses. The key may be taking steps to address the state's prison population, which includes an increasing number of low-level offenders.

Minnesota man faces multiple child pornography counts

When authorities in Grand Forks investigate an alleged crime, they must make sure that they follow the law and policies set by the state and federal government, as well as by their own agency. For example, if they conduct a search without getting a warrant, that would be considered a violation of the person’s constitutional rights. While some see such technicalities as a way for people to get away with committing a crime, these protections are in place to ensure that law enforcement agencies are limited in what they can do.

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