The short answer is yes. For good reason, the judge presiding over your divorce or child custody case will take into consideration whether or not domestic abuse has occurred. The evidence presented could cause you to lose custody and/or visitation rights. Therefore, if you have been accused of Minnesota domestic assault charges, it is important to …Continue reading "Will My Minnesota Domestic Assault Charges Affect My Child Custody Case?"
In May 2011, a woman and her husband were drinking at a resort in rural Kanabec County. The husband, who had a history of domestic violence, became abusive. To escape, the woman fled the scene in a vehicle. She was eventually arrested for DWI. Although her charge was later downgraded to reckless driving, she has …Continue reading "MN Supreme Court To Take Up Domestic Abuse/DWI Case"