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Minn. Supreme Court: Warrantless Blood & Urine Tests Unconstitutional

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — The Minnesota Supreme Court has upheld a Minnesota Court of Appeals decision that a blood or urine test administered without a warrant is unconstitutional. 114 more words


Austin man loses appeal of meth conviction

ST. PAUL, Minn. – An Austin man convicted of drug possession has lost his appeal.

40-year-old Michael Jerald Mattison was arrested in August, 2014, after a traffic stop in Austin.  209 more words

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Ex-police chief loses appeal on sexual misconduct

ST PAUL, Minn. – A former southern Minnesota law enforcer convicted of sexually assaulting a woman has lost his appeal.

Jason Mindrup of Waltham, the former chief of police in Brownsdale, was convicted in October, 2014, of 2nd and 3rd degree criminal sexual conduct.  160 more words

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Fillmore County sex offender loses his appeal

ST. PAUL, Minn. – A St. Cloud man convicted of sexually abusing a child in Fillmore County has lost his appeal.

30-year-old Ammanuel Ray Jones entered a guilty plea to 1st degree criminal sexual conduct for an incident on May 9, 2014, where he committed a sex act on an 11-year-old girl.  102 more words

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Man says drugs weren't his; MN Court of Appeals disagrees

ST. PAUL, Minn. – An Olmsted County man who said the drugs weren’t his has lost his appeal.

50-year-old Michael Bruce Rostie was arrested in April, 2014, and charged with 1st degree sale of methamphetamine, 2nd degree possession of meth and storing meth in the presence of a child.  330 more words

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What is case law? The shootings of Sterling, Castile, and many others

By Matt Johnson

Social media is ablaze this morning. With the police shootings of Philando Castile in Falcon Heights, Minnesota and Alton Sterling in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Minnesota, both of whom were black, Facebook, Twitter, and other social media sites are exploding with anger, frustration, confusion, and strong opinion. 925 more words

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New trial ordered for Albert Lea woman

ST. PAUL, Minn. – The Minnesota Court of Appeals has overturned the drug conviction of an Albert Lea woman.

38-year-old Lacy Rose Carlsen was found guilty of possession of methamphetamine in October, 2014.  209 more words

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