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Defending Ignition Interlock Violations Part Deux: More False Positive Tests

Just this past week, Ramsay Law Firm’s Jay Adkins successfully defeated a Ignition Interlock violation case. This case was based on false positive tests from the interlock device that the state wanted to use to cancel our client’s license. Jay showed the judge that the failed tests could not have been the result of alcohol consumption. The Court agreed and gave our client his license back! Read More

Posted on March 24, 2017 by Charles Ramsay
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MSCJ Annual DWI Seminar Announced

The Minnesota Society for Criminal Justice has announced that its annual DWI seminar will take place on Friday June 16, 2017 at the Minneapolis Marriott Northwest. As always, this seminar is only for defense attorneys and cannot be attended by prosecutors or Assistant Attorney Generals. Read More

Posted on March 24, 2017 by Jay Adkins
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U.S. Supreme Court Will Not Review Thompson, Says "Thanks But No Thanks."

One of our attorneys, Daniel Koewler, recently obtained a very critical victory at the Minnesota Supreme Court in State v. Thompson and now we can report that the decision will not be disturbed! Read More

Posted on March 21, 2017 by Jay Adkins
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The Luck of the Irish Won't Keep You Out of Jail

Here at Ramsay Law Firm, we're wishing all Minnesotans a safe and fun-filled St. Patrick's Day. For many people, that means drinking alcohol, with friends, out at one (or more) of the many great Irish pubs that we have across the state. For some people, that also means they are going to make a bad decision and try to drive -- a sure-fire way to turn a good night sour in a hurry. Read More

Posted on March 17, 2017 by Daniel Koewler
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State v. Phillips - Do Minnesota's DWI Laws Violate Due Process?

Both the United States Supreme Court and the Minnesota Supreme Court concluded that the cornerstone of Minnesota's DWI laws -- our DWI Test Refusal laws -- are unconstitutional. Those rulings left one particular question unanswered: how to deal with all of the driver who were told (and are still being told) that "refusal to take a test is a crime." That question is set to be answered soon. Read More

Posted on March 13, 2017 by Daniel Koewler
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