Petitioner was charged in a Florida state court with having broken and entered a poolroom with intent to commit a misdemeanor.
Opinion Sets Published OpinionsBy statute, the Court of Appeals issues a published opinion only in the most important and complex cases. Published opinions include an extensive analysis of the facts and law. They will be considered and used by courts faced with similar issues in the future, and they are published in books found in most law libraries.
Donald Albert Strobel, Appellant. Wabasha County District Court, Hon. A prior fifth-degree controlled-substance-possession offense may not be classified as a felony when calculating a criminal-history score to be used in sentencing a crime that occurred after the effective date of the Drug Sentencing Reform Act DSRA amendments to Minnesota Statutes section Affirmed in part, reversed in part and remanded.
John Wesley Defatte, Respondent. Cass County District Court, Hon.
In determining whether a defendant is subject to an enhanced felony charge of domestic assault under Minn. Unpublished OpinionsUnpublished opinions are issued in cases that are less complicated, that involve legal issues that have already been decided in published opinions, or that will affect only the parties to that particular case.
These opinions are usually shorter, do not contain extensive discussion of the facts, and are not generally relied on by other courts to the same degree as published opinions.
Levon Elias Jackson, Appellant. Judge Jill Flaskamp Halbrooks. Ramsey County District Court, Hon. State of Minnesota, Respondent, vs. George Anthony Woods, Appellant. Hennepin County District Court, Hon. David Richard Carlson, petitioner, Appellant, vs. State of Minnesota, Respondent.
Louis County District Court, Hon. Christian Anthony Schutz, Appellant. Jason Maurice Fagin, petitioner, Appellant, vs. Washington County District Court, Hon. Timothy Langdon, et al. Rice County District Court, Hon. David Michael Easter, Appellant. Freeborn County District Court, Hon.
Robert Allen Oliver, Appellant. Polk County District Court, Hon. Walter Jukkar Clark, Jr. Willis, petitioner, Respondent, vs. Commissioner of Public Safety, Appellant.
Winona County District Court, Hon. Marshall Andrew Reed, Appellant. Affirmed in part and remanded. In the Matter of the Welfare of the Children of: Anoka County District Court, Hon.Floyd Edward Gilliland, Jr., petitioner, Appellant, vs.
State of Minnesota, Respondent. Filed July 15, Reversed and remanded. The governing legal standard plays a critical role in defining the question to be asked in assessing the prejudice from the counsel's errors. When a defendant challenges a conviction, the question is whether. A student lives in one school district but goes to school in another school district.
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Owens, petitioner, Appellant, vs. State of Minnesota, Respondent. Filed May 14, Reversed. Because we conclude that the district court abused its discretion and erred as a matter of law, we reverse.
The district court sentenced appellant to two consecutive year terms. Respondent vs Defendant Though subtle, there is a difference between respondent and defendant; however, the terms ‘Defendant’ and ‘Respondent’ are often used interchangeably and sometimes mistakenly identified as synonyms. adoptions gpn 01 in the superior court of dodge county state of georgia in re: addison leigh pate dob: february 7, case no.
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