Due Diligence is a quarterly feature that examines caselaw, practice and procedure, and trends shaping different subject areas of the practice of law.
Good theater is among three keys to making a case to a jury.
A case involving the application of the Armed Career Criminal Act is taking Minnesota federal public defenders Kate Menendez and Doug Olson to the U.S. Supreme Court.
Twenty-seven years ago the state could not have known what we know today — that Mr. Glaze’s DNA is not at any of crimes scenes of the murder he was convicted of.
Representing a person facing the death penalty is a privilege, but weighty.
The MN DWI Guys have used aggressive Internet marketing to build a brand and find business.
"Through the looking glass" into prosecuting accused juveniles.
Its look into the human condition can be a guide to picking a jury
Eyewitness testimony is the leading cause of wrongful convictions
- Federal court rules brokerage firm breached 1994 contract
- Court denies revocation of adoption
- UnitedHealth suit alleges faulty AI led to denied claims
- Judge asked to block part of a North Dakota abortion law
- Court dismisses bias, retaliation lawsuit
- Joint-employer rule set to roil workplace — once again
- 8th Circuit rules private plaintiffs can’t sue under Voting Rights Act
- Commentary: Right-to-repair fight centers on data transmitted by newer cars
- Quandaries & Quagmires: Risky business and tips for managing the risk
- Perspectives: JFK assassination: 60 years of litigation here
- Perspectives: Lincoln’s memorable address recalls impact here
- The Unfrazzled Lawyer: Five benefits of becoming an unfrazzled lawyer