To be convicted of violating the restricted-license statute, Minn. Stat. sec. 171.09, subd. 1(b)(1) (2004), a person must be the holder of a current restricted driver’s license.“[D]rivers who do not have a current restricted driver’s license are already subject to ...Read More »
A school district’s selection of supplemental-pension-plan or deferred-compensation-plan vendors is not a subject of mandatory negotiation under the Public Employment Labor Relations Act.“Although we affirm, we recognize that Education Minnesota-Osseo may have a compelling argument to make to the legislature ...Read More »
When the District Court, under Minn. Stat. sec. 609.035, subd. 1, is required to choose between imposing a sentence for a single conviction of a more-severe offense and imposing sentences for multiple convictions of lesser-included offenses, the decision to impose ...
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A judicial order that secures a monetary award with an interest in real property creates a property lien with priority over security interests that are obtained and recorded later by persons with notice of the order.Affirmed.Read More »
Where the offender received an EJJ disposition and a stayed adult sentence; while on EJJ probation, the offender pleaded guilty to DWI; at a probation revocation hearing, the offender, on the advice of counsel, admitted to violating his conditions of ...Read More »
Where the Attorney General served a company with a civil investigative demand (CID) for pre-complaint discovery after a newspaper article raised questions about the company’s practice regarding its CEO’s purchase of stock options, which may have resulted in an overstatement ...Read More »
Where defense counsel improperly made references to race throughout the trial, including stating that defendant “chose to fraternize with black outlaws” and “black bucks,” “blacks prefer crack cocaine”; and defendant’s boyfriend was a “black stud”; and defense counsel improperly made ...Read More »