Under both state law and the federal constitution, police officers are required to meet certain threshold requirements before they pull a vehicle over. If an officer fails to meet these requirements, a charge could be dismissed. The Fourth Amendment of the United States Constitution imposes a few basic requirements. First, before an officer can pull …Continue reading "Traffic Stop Law Basics in Minnesota"
Today, driving while under the influence is an offense met with zero-tolerance policies in many states across the country. Minnesota is one of them. A first offense driver charged with a DWI if their blood alcohol content is over 0.08 can face consequences of up to 90 days in jail, a $1000 fine, up to …Continue reading "Charged with a DWI as a Minor"