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For instance, a pregnant woman has a right to deliver a child in the healthiest way possible, and in 1995 the Minnesota Supreme Court ruled this should apply to abortions, too. Doe v. Gomez decided that taxpayer-funded abortions will be provided to those needing medical assistance just like funding the ...
It is "seldom revealed to jurors" because the U.S. Supreme Court and Minnesota Supreme Court specifically have held that trial judges should not instruct a jury on this "raw power of lenity," nor do judges have to permit attorneys to argue for it. Doing so would encourage the jury to acquit for legally ...

Brandon V. Lawhead of the Lawhead Law Offices on West Oakland Avenue in Austin will argue before the Minnesota Supreme Court this morning at the St. Thomas Law School in Minneapolis. The court will hear his appeal of the Court of Appeals decision in the case of State of Minnesota vs. Scott Ross ...
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — The case of a Minnesota man who was 16 when he and an accomplice killed a mother and son in Minneapolis is being sent back to a lower court for resentencing. Twenty-six-year-old Brian Lee Flowers was initially given mandatory life without parole for the 2008 killings. But those ...
But Republicans called it a blatant constitutional violation and sued Dayton, bringing the case all the way to the Minnesota Supreme Court. The state's highest court upheld Dayton's veto late last year, forcing the Legislature to hobble into session running on emergency funds and further inflaming tension ...
Kathleen Blatz, a Blue Cross board member and former chief justice of the Minnesota Supreme Court, will serve as interim chief executive at Blue Cross, the insurer announced Tuesday. The nonprofit is the largest provider of health insurance for state residents. Since taking the top job at Blue Cross in ...

Fischbach and her attorneys argued that a 1898 Minnesota Supreme Court case says the Senate president can serve as lieutenant governor at the same time. Seven people have served in dual roles over the course of history, they added. The ruling is a major victory for Fischbach and Senate Republicans, ...
A malpractice lawsuit against a Mankato law firm and attorney shouldn't have been dismissed, the Minnesota Supreme Court has ruled. Mankato businessman Joe Frederick commenced a civil suit against Kay Wallerich and Farrish John Law Office in 2013 claiming Wallerich did not properly execute his ...
circle of excellence For Eric Magnuson, highly regarded appellate lawyer and former chief justice of the Minnesota Supreme Court, two significant victories made 2017 a standout year. Magnuson, a partner at Robins Kaplan, said he often gets hired to handle appeals when people “want a champion to ...
The now-former Minnesota Supreme Court justice, who this week became the first Minnesota federal judge confirmed under President Donald Trump, has closely studied a judicial selection process viewed as increasingly politicized and saddled by interest group influence. But Stras now represents part of ...

Hall of fame defensive end turned first black member of the Minnesota Supreme Court Alan Page and his wife, Diane Sims Page, opened the “TESTIFY: Americana from Slavery to Today” exhibit last week at the Minneapolis Central Library in time for Black History Month. With 100 artifacts, the collection includes an “iron ...
One of the state's most closely watched education lawsuits in years is heading to the Minnesota Supreme Court on Tuesday, accusing state officials of shirking their responsibilities to educate poor and minority students. The case could prompt dramatic demographic changes in schools, including the first ...
The Minnesota Supreme Court on Tuesday agreed to hear a lawsuit contending that state laws make it too difficult to boot “chronically ineffective” teachers from classrooms. The state's highest court revives a case that was dismissed by lower courts. A state Court of Appeals ruling said it was up to the ...
In March 2017, the Minnesota Supreme Court reversed a state appeals court decision and ruled the law does not violate the Constitution. “This statute was enacted for the important purpose of prohibiting sexually explicit speech directed at a child that is intended to cause sexual arousal,” Dakota County ...
The Minnesota Supreme Court ruled in January that a 26-year-old Edina man who was sentenced for second-degree burglaries in Dakota and Carver counties in 2015 did not have his Fifth Amendment rights violated when the Carver County District Court compelled Matthew Vaughn Diamond to provide a ...
The Minnesota Supreme Court has put a stop to a lawsuit against Minnesota's system for handling money that is abandoned. In their lawsuit, four people allege the Department of Commerce doesn't do enough to unite people with their unclaimed money, and that the state doesn't pay interest on the money ...


 

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