Dec 12/06/2016

What is the “Plain View” Exception and How Does It Apply In Minnesota?

2016-12-06T19:58:18+00:00December 6, 2016|Criminal Defense, Federal Crimes Defense|

Plain View Exception to the Fourth Amendment: A General Discussion Generally, the Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution and Article I, Section 10 of the Minnesota Constitution require police to attain probable cause and a warrant before a search of property or seizure of a person will be deemed reasonable and legal. A search or [...]

Jul 07/29/2016

Top Reasons to Hire a Criminal Defense Attorney

2016-07-29T18:17:21+00:00July 29, 2016|Criminal Defense, Federal Crimes Defense|

Top Reasons to Hire a Criminal Defense Attorney We know the law and the legal process A criminal defense attorney has spent years studying the law, and is intimately familiar with the criminal-law landscape. In every criminal case, there are mountains of court documents, deadlines, and precise legal procedures. Sorting through and tracking these are time-consuming and difficult [...]

Sep 09/18/2015

Federal Drug Conspiracy

2016-11-20T19:57:46+00:00September 18, 2015|Federal Crimes Defense|

Federal Drug Conspiracy It can be difficult to defend conspiracies, especially drug conspiracies, because of their broad reach that encompasses many types of conduct. Generally under 18 U.S.C. § 371 a conspiracy is committed when all of the following are present: There is an agreement to commit a specific federal crime, Between two or more people, [...]

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