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4th of July Safe Ride Home

Our firm has purchased $1,500 worth of Uber credit that we are giving away to Mankato residents for free so they can get home safely on the 4th of July.

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Differences Between Civil and Criminal Cases

Civil cases are simply disputes of varying severity between individuals whereas criminal cases involve offenses against the state or federal government.

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What are Your Rights When Stopped by Police?

When police officers stop you for questioning, pull you over for a moving violation, or place you under arrest, it’s vital to know your rights.

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Marijuana Law and Reform in Minnesota

Recently, the Minnesota chapter of the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws (NORML) held a “Cannabis Rise 420 Rally” at the state Capitol.

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What is Entrapment?

When accused of a crime, one of the common legal concepts defendants may use to fight charges involves the claim of entrapment.

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What You Need to Know About the New Taxes in Mankato

Voters in Mankato and North Mankato recently voted in a referendum to approve certain sales tax extensions.

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Can Social Media Kill Your Lawsuit?

If you’re in the process of filing a lawsuit, think twice about posting this information because it can negatively affect your lawsuit.

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One-Party Consent Laws in Minnesota

What are the recording laws in our state, and you be sued for recording video or posting online?

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Lyft in Mankato and Accident Liability

While many see Lyft in Mankato as a positive advancement for the city, some are asking who will be held liable if an accident should occur?

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What is Steve’s Law?

Steve’s Law, passed in 2014, gives first responders the ability to carry opioid antagonists on emergency calls. It also protects individuals who call 911 in overdose crises from liability.

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