Dwi/dui

What are the consequences of DWI?

In Minnesota, you are considered legally drunk if your blood alcohol concentration level is 0.08 or higher. The Department of Public Safety defines the limit as lower for those driving commercial vehicles at 0.04. If you are driving with a lower blood alcohol...

What are the penalties for underage DWI?

Drinking and driving is a crime in Minnesota no matter what your age. However, when you are under the age of 21 and found to be drinking and driving, the penalties are a bit harsher. The effects of a DWI conviction will follow you for many years and could affect...

Three less common defenses to a DUI

If you have been accused of driving under the influence in Minnesota, you will want to do everything you can in order to defend yourself against the charge. Being charged with a DUI can have far-reaching implications on your life. It can lead to the loss of your...