What is the Minnesota Ignition Interlock Program?

Last month, we gave an overview of the penalties drivers face when charged with DUI in Minnesota. Among those DUI penalties is the revocation of driving privileges, but there are options for [...]

DWI in Minnesota

Last month we talked about celebrating safely, but if you missed our advice and found yourself arrested for Driving While Intoxicated/Driving Under the influence (DWI/DUI), the next steps can be [...]

Celebrate Safely!

With St. Patrick’s Day just around the corner, it’s a good time to talk about safety during “party holidays”. With the traditionally alcohol-filled holiday falling on a weekend this year, the [...]

Understanding Domestic Assault Terms and Charges

Sadly, domestic assault charges are one of the top three most common offenses in which we issue bail bonds. Minnesota has a reputation for some of the toughest assault laws in the country. Of [...]

Understanding MN DWI charges

As one of the leading types of  bail bonds issued in our area, DWI charges can be scary and confusing. While most cases are not clear cut and consequences vary depending on individual situations, [...]

Reviewing First Amendment Rights

Freedom of Speech is a well known, but often misunderstood concept. Protected by the First Amendment to the constitution, it is common for many Americans to assert our right to express opinion, [...]

MN State Court Changes for Winter 2020-21

As the Covid-19 pandemic continues to challenge many Americans, the MN State Court announced changes to current procedures in late November. This latest action hopes to limit in-person activity [...]

Renters Rights During a Pandemic

The current Covid-19 pandemic has placed an eviction moratorium throughout the state, and altered other tenant-landlord contract agreements. Learn more about your lease, rights, and expectations [...]

State of MN past due citations and payments resume

In March, the State of MN temporarily suspended collecting late payments, penalties, and suspensions due to the Covid-19 pandemic. An order by the State Court Administrator in September 2020 gave [...]

Five simple ways to burglar-proof your house

When temperatures rise, the number of burglaries follow, with break-ins spiking an average of 10% in June, July, and August. Here are some easy and cost-effective ways you can add extra [...]