If you’re in court for a DWI (or other alcohol or drug-related crimes), you’re going to need to get a chemical health assessment, commonly referred to as a “chemical health evaluation,” “CD eval,” or “Rule 25.” This assessment looks at your drug and alcohol history and past behaviors involving substances. The “ Rule [...]
In July 2012, the legislature amended Minnesota’s DWI laws to stiffen the driver’s license penalties if your BCA is twice the legal limit.
The Barry S. Edwards Law Office brings you a guest blogger, Kara Lynum, criminal defense and immigration attorney. If you get stopped for a DWI and you’re not a U.S. citizen, you need to know how your immigration status could be affected. For some foreign nationals, a misdemeanor DWI may delay your ability to naturalize [...]
The Minnesota Supreme Court heard oral arguments on whether the Intoxalyzer 5000 is reliable enough to support DWI or DUI charges. Here’s a quick summary of five years’ of litigation leading up to this moment.
If you have been convicted of any criminal charge in the United States, including DWI, visiting Canada requires money and effort. Possibly lots of both.