In addition to jail, fines, probation and the loss of driving privileges, Minnesota DWI laws also allow for the police to seize the vehicle being driven at the time of the DWI arrest, regardless of whether or not the owner was driving the vehicle. According to Minnesota Statute Section 169A.63 the following situations can …Continue reading "DWI Vehicle Seizure"
Should I talk to the police? People frequently ask – “Should I talk to the police?” If an officer calls you or asks you to call them or approaches you in person, the answer is always “no.” Often, when being questioned by the police, that if they cooperate and answer the officer’s questions it will …Continue reading "Why You Shouldn’t Talk to the Police"
Minnesota Ignition Interlock Ignition Interlock is a device that is installed into a vehicle for the purpose of measuring the driver’s blood-alcohol concentration (BAC). In order to start the vehicle, the driver must provide a breath sample into the device. If the driver’s BAC is .02 or less, the vehicle will start. Under Minnesota DWI …Continue reading "Ignition Interlock DWI Criminal Defense"