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4 Things You Need to Know About Your DWI

4 Things You Need to Know About Your DWI

If you or a loved one is facing a DWI or an alcohol-related driving offense, a thousand questions are probably running through your mind. This article is designed to guide you to ask the important questions. Starting down the path to success with your DWI early on can...

What Not to Say When Pulled Over For Speeding

What Not to Say When Pulled Over For Speeding

Receiving a speeding ticket may not be quite as severe as some of the criminal defense charges we defend our clients against, but it’s inconvenient nonetheless. No one wants an offense on their record because they were driving just a few miles per hour over the limit....

Why You Need A Sex Crimes Lawyer In Minnesota

Why You Need A Sex Crimes Lawyer In Minnesota

It is very serious – and frightening – to be accused of criminal sexual conduct. Unfortunately, this area of law has many false accusations being leveled against people. Furthermore, many of the cases use faulty evidence that has been improperly collected by law...

Successfully Defending Against Sexual Assault Charges

Successfully Defending Against Sexual Assault Charges

A sexual assault charge has a certain stigma in our society; the shame the alleged perpetrator feels functions as a deterrent from committing this act more than once. However, those charged with sexual assault are often “tried” by their communities before a jury even...

Reasons to Choose Sieben Edmunds Miller for Your Federal Case

Reasons to Choose Sieben Edmunds Miller for Your Federal Case

Clients often incorrectly assume their case will be tried in a state courtroom, when in reality they may be facing a federal judge or jury. In fact, criminal and civil matters filed in federal district courts increased by 13 percent in 2020, with almost half a million...

Top 3 Myths About DWIs in Minnesota

Top 3 Myths About DWIs in Minnesota

3 Common Myths about Minnesota DWIs If you or a loved one has recently been arrested or charged with a DWI, a million questions are probably running through your head.Will I get thrown in jail? How long will I lose my license? Will I get kicked off my insurance?How...

8 Steps to Take When You’re Charged with a Felony

8 Steps to Take When You’re Charged with a Felony

We tend to think that arrests happen quickly and right at the scene of a crime, but that’s not always the case. Often, individuals know they’ll be charged with a crime outside the presence of police. If this is the situation you’re currently facing, you probably want...

Lawyers, Guns, and Money

Lawyers, Guns, and Money

During times of national crisis, American’s buy guns. A recent New York Times article detailed that nearly two million guns were purchased in March alone. The American tradition of firearm ownership dates back to the founding of our country. Whether it be for sport,...

Is the Dakota County Curfew Legal or Unconstitutional?

Is the Dakota County Curfew Legal or Unconstitutional?

On Friday, May 29, 2020, Dakota County issued a mandatory curfew on all residents and occupants of Dakota County.  Sheriff Leslie and Dakota County leaders cited a "heightened risk of significant harm to local residents and businesses" from the ongoing protests and...

How Should Lawyers Dress for Zoom Court Hearings?

How Should Lawyers Dress for Zoom Court Hearings?

In the new normal, court hearings will not be as they once were. Whether it is Skype, Zoom, WebX or Teams, court systems across the country are using technology to keep the wheels of justice rolling. Implementation of new technology can have hiccups, but one recent...

Getting Tired of Stay at Home?

Getting Tired of Stay at Home?

You have been good. You have been staying at home, not meeting with friends, trying to juggle kids, school, and work, and keeping in touch with friends and extended family. But enough is enough right? It is finally getting nice out. Your kids are ready to claw each...

Judicial Priorities During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Judicial Priorities During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Justice Delayed is Justice Denied The legal maxim – Justice Delayed is Justice Denied – is a tenant of our criminal justice system. The COVID-19 pandemic is putting stress on this tenant. Here in Minnesota, Supreme Court Chief Justice Gildea recently issued an Order...

Policing for Profit – Is Change Coming to Forfeiture Laws?

Policing for Profit – Is Change Coming to Forfeiture Laws?

By Kevin Sieben, Partner, Sieben Edmunds Miller In Minnesota and throughout the country law enforcement agencies seize and then keep property associated with the commission of crimes. These law enforcement agencies (police departments, FBI, DEA) seize many types of...