Is it possible to avoid a Restraining Order or get rid of one once it already exists? Like many things, it’s easier to prevent one than to get rid of one already issued by a court. There are significant differences in how to prevent them, and in how to get rid of them, depending upon what type.
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In Minnesota law, the level of conviction is determined by the sentence not by the level of the original criminal charge. Minnesota Statutes Section 609.13.
The riot law in Minnesota is Minnesota Statutes §609.71. Criminal riot charges can range from First to Third Degree. And the charges are either a felony or a gross misdemeanor. So, a person facing a Minnesota riot charge needs a good riot attorney. Crimes Against Persons vs. Disorderly Conduct by Three of More Persons In… Read More »Riot Charges
It may be worth hiring a good defense lawyer to avoid a public “marijuana in a motor vehicle” criminal conviction, as well as the driver’s license record and revocation that would follow.
Thomas C Gallagher has been invited to speak and present to teach law and legal topics to course attendees that include other lawyers, judges, police officers and others working in the criminal justice system. Here is a summary of most of them.
What are Minnesota “Crimes of Violence?“ Minnesota Statutes § 624.712, subdivision 5 offers a statutory definition. And it includes felony convictions of murder; robbery; assault; false imprisonment; criminal sexual conduct; malicious punishment, neglect or endangerment of a child; prostitution; theft of a firearm or controlled substance; arson; burglary; unlawful possession of firearms; threats; harassment; and… Read More »Minnesota “Crimes of Violence”