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Despite the advent of the Great Recession, crime in Minnesota has dropped to its lowest levels in nearly 40 years. This counter-intuitive trend may baffle criminologists, but it comes as a rare dose of good news for the state’s courts, where, after years of budget cuts, the outbreak of public lawfulness has provided a welcome if modest measure of relief.

Family court sags under new economy

Despite the advent of the Great Recession, crime in Minnesota has dropped to its lowest levels in nearly 40 years. This counter-intuitive trend may baffle criminologists, but it comes as a rare dose of good news for the state’s courts, where, after years of budget cuts, the outbreak of public lawfulness has provided a welcome if modest measure of relief.

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