One DUI is enough to land someone in serious trouble, even if that person did not have a criminal record previously. For a first-time DWI offense, people can expect jail time, a fine and a suspended driver's license.
If you are getting ready to file for divorce in Otsego, you might think you have things all figured out. You have ideas about how much you believe your spouse pay for child and spousal support and know what property and assets you want to receive. What you might not realize is that divorce is a negotiation process. There is nothing wrong with you having a list of expectations. But if you are not prepared to negotiate, you could end up with less than you feel you deserve.
Minnesota legalized medical marijuana in 2014. In February 2017, bills to legalize recreational use of the drug started making their way through the Minnesota Legislature. The state has also decriminalized certain instances of possession. With changing attitudes and laws regarding marijuana, it can be difficult to understand exactly what the law says.
So, a police officer pulled you over for driving while intoxicated. or DWI. You refused to take a chemical test and so the court revoked your license. You might feel stressed out, confused and wonder what will happen next. Understanding Minnesota laws about refusing to take a chemical test is important to knowing why this happened.