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Volume 31: Issue 4

Criminal Law in Minnesota

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Jon Geffen and Stefanie Letze
Chained to the Past: An Overview of Criminal Expungement Law in Minnesota —State v. Schultz

Jason W. Eldridge
Crawford v. Washington: A Small Advantage for Criminal Defense in Cases Where Prosecution Seeks to Introduce Hearsay Evidence

Jodie Carlson
State v. Askerooth: Re-Applying the Terry Principle of Reasonableness to Traffic Stops Under the Minnesota Constitution

Afsheen John Radsan
The Moussaoui Case: The Mess from Minnesota

Jeffrey S. Sheridan and Erika Burkhart Booth
Revoke First, Ask Questions Later: Challenging Minnesota’s Unconstitutional Pre-Hearing Revocation Scheme

David T. Schultz
The Chorus of Liars: Opsahl v. State of Minnesota

Matthew R. Kuhn
Note: The Earthquake that Will Move Sentencing Discretion Back to the Judiciary? Blakely v. Washington and Sentencing Guidelines in Minnesota

Other Recent Developments in Minnesota Law

Melissa M. Milbert
Note: The Legislature Should Clean Up Its Act—The Minnesota Citizens’ Personal Protection Act, a DNR Technical Bill, and the Single-Subject and Title Clause of the Minnesota Constitution

Signe Land Levine
Note: Poison in Our Own Backyards: What Minnesota Legislators Are Doing to Warn Property Purchasers of the Dangers of Former Clandestine Methamphetamine Labs

JoLynn M. Schlichting
Note: Minnesota’s Proposed Same-Sex Marriage Amendment: A Flamingly Unconstitutional Violation of Full Faith and Credit, Due Process, and Equal Protection

J. David Prince
Defective Products and Product Warranty Claims in Minnesota


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