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Cops Stabbing Citizens with Needles for Blood Tests: Legal Under Minnesota Law (Part 2)

Many believe we need to tighten our impaired driving laws for both drunk driving and people who abuse prescription drugs and narcotics. Read More

Posted on February 27, 2013 by Charles Ramsay
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Cops Stabbing Citizens for DWI Blood Tests: A True Story (Part 1)

Imagine, if you will: A typical February snowstorm. Read More

Posted on February 26, 2013 by Charles Ramsay
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Problems Escalate As a Result of Investigation Into St. Paul Crime Lab.

As our own Charles Ramsay discussed previously on Channel 5 Eyewitness News, the St. Read More

Posted on February 18, 2013 by Daniel Koewler
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The Future of Minnesota's DWI Law: Admitting that the Supreme Court Could Be Ready to "Change the Legal Landscape" for DWIs

Since the beginning of February, we've been spending some time blogging about the Missouri v. Read More

Posted on February 14, 2013 by Daniel Koewler

The Future of Minnesota's DWI Law: How the McNeely Decision Will Affect DWI Arrests Here At Home

As we discussed previously, the McNeely decision could have a huge impact on the way DWIs in Minnesota are handled in the future. Read More

Posted on February 12, 2013 by Daniel Koewler
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Minnesota's DWI Test Refusal Law in Review: Why the Crime of Test Refusal is Currently Considered Constitutional

In 2009, the Minnesota Supreme Court upheld the DWI test refusal law in the case of State v. Netland 762 N.W.2d 202 (Minn.2009). In doing so, the court placed all its emphasis on the "fact" that alcohol in a driver's bloodstream "rapidly" and "naturally" dissipates, reasoning that law enforcement would never have enough time to obtain a warrant for a blood, breath, or urine test before the evidence of alcohol consumption was destroyed. Read More

Posted on February 03, 2013 by Daniel Koewler
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Minnesota's DWI Test Refusal Law Under Scrutiny: Will Missouri v. McNeely Fix a Broken System?

Most states increase the license revocation penalties for drivers who refuse to submit to alcohol testing, but Minnesota Impaired Driving Law straight up makes it a crime for a driver to refuse to submit to testing. Read More

Posted on February 03, 2013 by Daniel Koewler
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