While there’s no substitute for hiring an experienced lawyer, learning about the laws that affect your case is empowering. At Sheridan, Dulas, Hunstad & Kins, P.A., we regularly publish blogs about topics such as DUI/DWI, family law, and more. Our goal is to make complex legal topics simple so that you can make informed decisions about your specific case.
An Alford plea allows a defendant to maintain their innocence without risking a trial. In situations where a person knows they will likely be convicted of a crime they didn't do, an Alford plea can be the best option. It gives an innocent person an opportunity to participate in plea negotiations and keep some control over their fate, in the same way a guilty person could.
The consequences of a gross misdemeanor can change your life forever. That's why you need the best possible defense at your side. At Sheridan, Dulas, Hunstad & Kins, we fight for complete dismissal of charges. Here's what you need to know if you've been charged with a gross misdemeanor.
Minnesota Statute Section 609.50 defines obstruction of legal process in our state. It also outlines the penalties associated with committing this crime. In this post, we’ll break down the statute into simple terms, so you can better understand this crime and its consequences.
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