The conviction of a Defendant found guilty of 3 counts of criminal vehicular homicide has been overturned by the Minnesota Court of Appeals, and he will be given a new trial. In State v. Jeremy Scott Nelson, the Court of Appeals maintained that the victim’s blood alcohol content should also be considered if the jury …Continue reading "Criminal Vehicular Homicide Victim’s Alcohol Consumption Relevant"
A district court’s order denying the suppression of evidence in a drug crime case was upheld by the Minnesota Court of Appeals in the unpublished decision State v. Ryan Anthony Colclasure. Defendant Colclasure brought a motion before the district court to suppress evidence seized on the basis that the search of his person was unconstitutional. …Continue reading "Suppression of Evidence Upheld by Court of Appeals"