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June 2016 Archives

New clarification on blood testing from U.S. Supreme Court

Minnesota has very strict laws when it concerns drinking and driving. For drivers of commercial vehicles, they can be arrested and charged with a crime if their blood alcohol content level is .04 or higher. For other drivers over the age of 21, the limit is .08. The state also has an implied consent law, which means that people agree to submit to a chemical test if they are stopped for a DUI.

Understanding second-degree assault in Minnesota

Assaulting another person in Minnesota is a significant crime that is always taken seriously, regardless of degree. That said, second-degree assault is about as serious as it gets. Though it is only one degree worse than assault in the third degree, which was detailed in a previous post, penalties are decidedly more severe.

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