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  • Further Analysis of Minnesota DWI Laws in Light Of the Minnesota Supreme Court's Decision in Brooks

    Posted By Caplan & Tamburino Law Firm, P.A. || 17-Dec-2013

    The Minnesota Supreme Court has released its decision in Minnesota v. Brooks yesterday, October 23, 2013. Minnesota police departments, prosecutors, judges, criminal defense attorneys and citizens recently convicted of a DWI have all been anxiously awaiting the Minnesota Supreme Court's final decision. If you'll recall, this case is important because it is the first DWI case being ...
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  • Caplan & Tamburino Law Firm: Defending Your Right to Bear Arms in Minnesota

    Posted By Caplan & Tamburino Law Firm || 11-Oct-2013

    RIGHT TO BEAR ARMS: A FUNDAMENTAL CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHT "The Second Amendment to the United States Constitution protects the rights of law-abiding, responsible citizens to possess a handgun in the home for the purpose of self-defense, and is fully applicable to the State of Minnesota." [1] However, prior to the Supreme Court's decision in McDonald v. City of Chicago [2] in 2010, it ...
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  • Moving On From Past Mistakes: Expunge Your Criminal Records

    Posted By Caplan & Tamburino Law Firm || 2-Oct-2013

    People who have made a grievous error with the law can pay for 15-20 years or even longer because of the existence of a criminal record that is public information. Therefore, not only can the public access your criminal record, but so can housing and loan officers, admissions offices, potential employers and friends and family. The existence of a negative issue on your record can lead to any ...
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  • Minnesota DWI Law Updates: Minnesota V. Brooks Oral Argument

    Posted By Caplan & Tamburino Law Firm || 17-Sep-2013

    INTRODUCTION In earlier posts we have mentioned the case of Minnesota v. Brooks which involves a man who was required to give a urine sample under Minnesota's Implied Consent laws without a warrant. [1] This case is important because it is the first DWI case being considered by the Minnesota Supreme Court since the announcement of the United States Supreme Court's decision in State of ...
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  • Recent Supreme Court Case May Erase Past DWI Offenses

    Posted By Caplan & Tamburino Law Firm || 23-Aug-2013

    A recent Supreme Court case called Missouri v. McNeely is having a significant effect on DWI laws in Minnesota. As a result, a lawyer at Caplan and Tamburino may be able to keep you from being convicted on your recent DWI or even get a DWI conviction from the past removed from your record. If you've had a recent or past DWI, please call us at 612-444-5020 and meet with a lawyer today to see if ...
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