Legislature to Close Loophole in Felony Drunk Driving Law

Last week we told you that the Minnesota Supreme Court accepted review of State of Minnesota v. Read More

Posted on February 29, 2012 by Charles Ramsay
Posted on February 23, 2012 by Charles Ramsay

What Happens in Minnesota Stays In Minnesota: Canada Loosens Border Restrictions for DWI Convictions

The collateral consequences for a DWI conviction are severe - you not only have the possibility of going to jail, but have to deal with the loss of your driver's license, needing to use special series "whiskey| plates on your vehicles, court mandated treatment, expensive and exasperating ignition in Read More

Posted on February 21, 2012 by Daniel Koewler
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Supreme Court Grants Amicus Status in DWI Forfeiture Case

Last week Ramsay Law Firm, on behalf of both the Minnesota Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers and the Minnesota Society for Criminal Justice, asked the Minnesota Supreme Court for permission to file an amicus curiae brief in an upcoming case that will interpret a troubling aspect of Minnesota's Read More

Posted on February 12, 2012 by Daniel Koewler

State v. Tanksley: Minnesota Supreme Court Decision Doesn't Tank Issue of DWI Urine Testing

The Minnesota Supreme Court issued a decision today in the case of State v. Tanksley. Read More

Posted on February 08, 2012 by Charles Ramsay
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#1 Ongoing Problems With DWI First-Void Urine Alcohol Tests (F-VUAT)

It's been over a year since the Minnesota Supreme Court issued its decision in State v. Read More

Posted on February 07, 2012 by Charles Ramsay
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Top Ten Issues in Minnesota DWI Law in 2012

Our blog is entitled, "Minnesota DWI Defense รข?? Cutting Edge DWI/DUI News . Read More

Posted on February 02, 2012 by Charles Ramsay
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