After a few months of a broken website, we are triumphantly making our return to the Internet. Apparently, the Internet is kind of a big deal.
There may be have a streak of 15 straight jury trial wins in Milaca that ended on a traffic case.
Have you seen those old weekend update bits where Stefan tells Seth Myers about this club that had everything…
No one thought the Vikings were going to beat the Saints.
Some people say the number 13 is unlucky. There are hotels without a 13th floor.
It has been since August 24, 2018, since the last blog. Somehow the legal community has continued to press forward in the absence.
It has been a little bit since the last blog so here are some updates. Paul Manafort was not the only person this week some counts declared a mistrial.
The last couple of weeks we have talked about more interesting topics.
It is not often we review North Dakota cases but when cases get sent to us by “friends of the firm,” we have to review them.
Nothing published by the MN Supreme Court and Court of Appeals so we are going to dive into unpublished cases.
The MN COA went hard this week and published a lot of cases. None of which had more consequence than the case about the fruit of the poisonous tree doctrine.
The blog is back. Took a few weeks off to move but now we are back and we are talking about restitution.
Sometimes you don’t intend to write a blog this week and then you see a published case about a guy who claims he was drugged when he smoked a hookah which impaired him to such a degree that he did not know he was exposing himself.
For the followers (follower) ((hi Mom)) of this blog 2018 has not been turning out the material.
The week of February 5, 2018, brought us very little in the way of published case law. Maybe it had to do with Punxatawney Phil seeing his shadow.
2018, is not off to a good blogging start. But let’s be honest, 2016 and 2017 weren’t either. Just more content.
This blog is back after two weeks off, a blogiatus, if you will.
The week of December 18, 2017, was the not the most poignant as far as case law is concerned so we are going to talk to about a cheese lady.
The week of December 11, 2017, was a little bit of a letdown in the way of Minnesota criminal case law.
The week of December 4, 2017, brought us some ruckus in the MN Supreme Court.
After last week’s high of the Court of Appeals publishing my case you knew we would be in for an inevitable letdown.
I have been whining for weeks now that the Court of Appeals and the MN Supreme Court is giving me nothing. Nothing. Well, I have been rewarded with my own case.
Minnesota appellate decisions are basically turning me into Spaulding from Caddyshack.
You are killing me Smalls.
Only one of two things can be happening right now.
The week of October 19, 2017, gave us nothing in the way of no case law.
The week of October 9, 2017, was again not the most interesting one in the jet-setting world that is MN case law. However, if you are a difluoroethane (DFE) user, this week means the world to you.
The week of October 2, 2017, was again not noteworthy in Minnesota published case law.
The week of September 25, 2017, did not yield a lot in landmark case law but there was an unpublished that got reversed so that is interesting.
The week of September 18, 2017, did not bring us much in the form of case law, but it did bring this blog unprecedented attention.

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