What if Adrian Peterson was charged in Minnesota?

NFL running back Adrian Peterson was recently indicted on child abuse charges in the state of Texas. Much of the surrounding conversation has centered on the morality of corporal punishment and the amount of discretion parents should or should not have in disciplining their children. But, for the purposes of a criminal trial, a jury […]

Sieben Edmunds Hires Mayor of Lakeville, Matt Little

The law firm of Sieben Edmunds PLLC, located in Mendota Heights, recently hired Matt Little as an attorney.  Little graduated magna cum laude from the University of Minnesota Law School in May of 2014 and serves as the Mayor of Lakeville.  This hire is indicative of the firm's expansion into the area of personal injury […]

Kevin Sieben and Sam Edmunds appear on WCCO's "Good Question"

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – Lawyers for Byron Smith, the Little Falls man accused of killing two teenagers in his home on Thanksgiving 2012, have now asked for a mistrial twice. On Tuesday, the attorneys argued statements made by the prosecutor before the trial began were prejudicial. On Wednesday, Smith’s layers said they hadn’t seen all of […]

Power of The Prosecutor

The death of Internet activist Aaron Swartz has lead to a public discussion of the power prosecutors have over defendants.  Swartz, famous for his role developing Reddit,a social news and entertainment website,  recently  died as a result of an apparent suicide.  Schwartz's family members have publicly criticized the  U.S. Attorney’s office  for using the power […]

Can you get a DWI on a Segway? Watch Kevin Sieben on WCCO-TV News.

MEDINA, Minn. (WCCO) – A Medina man pulled over for driving a Segway under the influence has beat those charges – again. In fact, the Minnesota Court of Appeals ruled Segways are exempt from DWI laws. Last February, police in Medina pulled over Mark Greenman on his way home from a bar. His blood alcohol […]