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DWI: Loss of Driving Privileges

DWI: Loss of Driving Privileges The laws surrounding DWI’s and the related driver’s license revocations are ever changing and evolving in Minnesota. One recent change implemented by the Minnesota legislature affects what driving privileges can be suspended as a result...

What Vehicles Are Required to Have Whiskey Plates?

What Vehicles Are Required to Have Whiskey Plates? We have previously discussed what “whiskey plates” are and when they’re required, but another common question we get is which vehicles are required to have whiskey plates installed. Like the answer to many legal...

Pulled Over For Having Whiskey Plates?

Pulled Over For Having Whiskey Plates? We have previously discussed what “whiskey plates” are and when they’re required, but another common question we get is whether a person can be pulled over based solely on the fact that the vehicle has whiskey plates. Under the...

Hearsay: What is it?

Hearsay is a word you may hear thrown around in legal dramas or utilized in everyday conversation to denote something that a person heard from someone else. But what does hearsay mean in a legal sense? The legal concept of hearsay is one that entire books have been...

Third Degree Drug Sale Charges Dismissed

The Law Office of John J. Leunig recently obtained the complete dismissal of a Third Degree Drug Sale charge. The firm successfully argued that the prosecutor should be compelled to disclose the identity of a confidential informant, the government, rather than comply...

DWI Charges Dismissed

The Law Office of John J. Leunig recently secured a victory in a driving while impaired case and the related driver’s license case after persuading a district court judge that there was no basis for the expansion of the stop that resulted in the defendant submitting...

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