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Final Exit Network Loses 1st Amendment Challenge to Minnesota Assisted Suicide Law

In April 2018, Final Exit Network and two of its exit guides filed a federal lawsuit seeking a declaratory injunction against the Minnesota Attorney General and the Dakota County and Rice County Attorneys. FEN argued that Minnesota Statute 609.215 is … Continue reading

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Minnesota Court Expands Criminal Sexual Conduct Definition

Earlier this week, a three-panel appeals court broadened the legal definition of what constitutes criminal sexual conduct in Minnesota. The panel heard the case of Brian Wilkie of Owatonna, who was charged with criminal sexual conduct in the third degree … Continue reading

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Minnesota Bankruptcy Court Still Open at least Until January 25th

Yesterday I received an email from the Minnesota Bankruptcy Court stating in part as follows: If there is a lapse in appropriations after January 25, the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Minnesota will likely be operating with reduced … Continue reading

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Minnesota Sees Slight Drop in DUIs On New Year’s

The Minnesota State Patrol announced that there were 111 arrests for drunken driving over the New Year’s Eve holiday. Maybe our heads up about extra DUI patrols on New Year’s helped curb drunk driving arrests! The State Patrol announced that … Continue reading

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What Happens to Your Debt After You Die in Minnesota?

Walker & Walker Can Help You With Bankruptcy For many in Minnesota it feels like debt is something you just can’t escape. By the time you pay off a car, it is so old you need to buy a new … Continue reading

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