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Sharing prescription drugs is illegal

Some people think nothing of sharing prescription drugs, especially youth. However, federal law makes sharing prescription drugs in Minnesota and throughout the country illegal. Since each prescription is for a specific dose and condition, it could cause harm from...

Fargo woman charged in connection with fatal DUI accident

Police in North Dakota have charged a 32-year-old woman with vehicular homicide, hindering a criminal investigation and giving false information to law enforcement in connection with a deadly pedestrian accident that occurred during the early morning hours of Sept....

Strategies for defending against drug charges

Individuals in Minnesota and throughout the country who are charged with drug crimes may have defenses to those charges. For instance, it may be possible to claim that an officer violated a person's Fourth Amendment rights. Generally speaking, authorities can't search...

Minnesota man indicted on federal drug charges

The U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Minnesota announced on May 18 that a 25-year-old south Minneapolis man has been indicted on federal drug trafficking charges. The man was taken into custody on Feb. 11 after federal agents, sheriff’s deputies and police...

Remaining Agile During the COVID-19 Pandemic

David D. Dusek, Premier DUI Attorney, Advanced Level Training on Effectively Taking Care of a Client’s Needs and Remaining Agile During the COVID-19 Pandemic David D. Dusek recently received advanced level training, from the American Association of Premier DUI...

Drug paraphernalia laws in Minnesota

Minnesota residents who are charged with possessing controlled substances like cocaine, heroin or methamphetamine can face stiff penalties, and they could also face criminal charges for owning or distributing items that are used to process or consume drugs. Police can...

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