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Update on MN Implied Consent and DUI Law

September 2, 2016

This past summer, we noted important decisions that the U.S. Supreme Court and the Minnesota Supreme Court were making related to Minnesota’s implied consent and DUI laws. Last month, the Minnesota Supreme Court expanded those decisions and have determined that drugs can now be a part of the DWI blood test. While all of the […]

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U.S. Supreme Court and MN DUI Breath Test Law

July 28, 2016

We noted earlier that the U.S. Supreme Court was going to weigh in on Minnesota’s implied consent law and whether such laws are constitutional. Well, the Court has finally rendered its verdict, and it definitely impacts the state’s DWI laws. The Court determined that simply having an implied consent law is not considered “coercive,” at […]

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Getting Divorced Within the Courts

April 22, 2016

What to expect when you’re expecting divorce There are a lot of ways to work through a divorce. Johnson/Turner will help you find and navigate the best course for you. The one thing every one of our clients wants is to avoid an ugly, drawn-out divorce. We will work hard to help you avoid that […]

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U.S. Supreme Court set to weigh state’s breath test law

April 20, 2016

The U.S. Supreme Court is set to determine whether Minnesota’s DWI laws are constitutional. In Minnesota, when you obtain a driver’s license, you give implied consent to submit to certain sobriety tests if you are suspected of driving while intoxicated. If you refuse to consent to a test, you typically give a police officer the […]

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