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  • Jury Decides Not Guilty Verdict for Man Accused of Conspiring to Kill Ex-Wife's Husband

    Posted By Caplan & Tamburino Law Firm, P.A. || 25-Feb-2015

    Jury in Carlton County made the decision to declare a not guilty verdict for a Carlton County man who was facing charges of planning to commit murder against his ex-wife’s husband. The victim survived his injuries and the defendant faced several charges for allegedly plotting the killing. These were the charges brought upon him: Conspiracy to commit first degree murder Aiding and abetting ...
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  • Is There a Loophole in Gun Control?

    Posted By Caplan & Tamburino Law Firm, P.A. || 13-Feb-2015

    A man who has had a past history of mental illness was able to buy several guns off the Internet. These were later used to shoot two police officers in New Hope city. He bought the guns on the Internet and asked another man to go pick them up for him. How was he able to buy the guns in the first place? That is one of the most glaring problems in this whole case. First, he asked someone else to ...
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  • Attorney Joe Tamburino Explains Possible Vaccination Refusal Lawsuits in Minnesota

    Posted By Caplan & Tamburino Law Firm, P.A. || 12-Feb-2015

    In the light of the recent measles outbreaks in Disneyland, many states will consider changes to vaccination laws. Minnesota is no different. According to current legislation, parents can send their kids to school without measles vaccinations, but only if their parents sign a “conscientious exemption” form. In a recent interview with Fox News, Attorney Joe Tamburino explained that ...
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  • Defense Team Challenges: Attorney Joe Tamburino Talks about Police Shootout Case

    Posted By Caplan & Tamburino Law Firm, P.A. || 11-Feb-2015

    A man was charged with killing a Mendola Heights police officer. For the trial, more than 50 witnesses came forward to deliver testimonies, which took place over six days. Now, the case will be headed into jury deliberation, which Attorney Joe Tamburino believes won’t be long before the final verdict is reached. While Tamburino is not representing this client, his insight into the case sheds ...
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  • Minnesota Supreme Court Issues Decision in Warrantless Search Case

    Posted By Caplan & Tamburino Law Firm, P.A. || 11-Feb-2015

    This morning, the Minnesota Supreme Court has issued its long-anticipated decision in the case of State v. Bernard. Defense attorneys (and a myriad of entities interested in preserving the Constitution) have been waiting with high hopes for a final determination as to whether the State of Minnesota can charge a driver with a crime for refusing a warrantless search. Our hopes have been dashed by ...
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