When is Driving While Impaired (DWI) a felony?

There are four degrees of DWIs in Minnesota. First degree is a felony, second and third degrees are gross misdemeanors, and a fourth-degree DWI is a misdemeanor. A DWI can become a felony first degree DWI under the following circumstances: You will be charged with a...
Is Marijuana Wax Legally Different than Weed?

Is Marijuana Wax Legally Different than Weed?

Yes! Wax is a concentrated version of marijuana made from a butane extraction. The higher levels of Tetrahydrocannabinols (THC) content make it more potent than traditional marijuana and lead to intense highs, all without creating an odor. Possession of weed or...

When is Driving While Impaired a Gross Misdemeanor?

The offense of DWI (often called driving under the influence, or DUI) in Minnesota is categorized into four different levels, or degrees: misdemeanor fourth-degree DWI; gross misdemeanor third degree DWI; gross misdemeanor second degree DWI; and felony first degree...

When is a domestic assault a felony?

Domestic assault is an assault committed against a family or household member. An “assault” is an act committed with the intent to cause fear in another of immediate bodily harm or death; or the intentional infliction, or attempted infliction of bodily harm upon...
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