Recent Articles from Mike Mosedale
What were the notable verdicts of 2015? Minnesota Lawyer dug into its archives, called around, and came up with some of the big ones.
Terror suspect: ““We’re not gonna be in the program, bro” MPR checks in on what skeptical government prosecutors call “a unique and untested” pretrial release plan for three Minnesota terror suspects accused of plotting to join ISIS. “None of these proposals can sufficiently guarantee that the defendant will eschew this extremist ideology, remain law-abiding and ...
You will likely disagree with our selections, perhaps even more so with our omissions. If you don’t have some objections, you’re probably not cut out for this racket.
The Minnesota State Bar Association is ruminating on the creation of a new class of lower-cost legal service providers
Since 2009, there have been 17 instances in which judges have received public or private reprimands for their social media activities.
The demographic transformation of Minnesota’s judiciary during the Dayton administration is striking.
One fed-up federal judge characterized Paul Hansmeier's serial porn settlements as a form of “legal extortion.”
It’s not whether you spit on someone that matters. It’s whom you meant to spit on.
Judge Peter Cahill let stand criminal trespass and obstruction charges against 17 remaining “participant defendants.”
Timothy Oliver was indicted on six felony counts of wire fraud. What to do about his still-valid law license?
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- Federal judge rules for students with disabilities in age-cutoff case
- Justices remand Duluth dispute
- Legal education for incarcerated students expands