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St. Paul, Minnesota 55102
Lawyer Landon Ascheman
Featured Attorney Criminal Defense
This is why you need a well qualified attorney. As you can see in this case, even when an attorney doesn't win an argument at court, there is a reason to make the argument, and that's for appeal purposes. Here the Defense made a record of the need for particular leeway in closing arguments. Read More...
Here is a nice update for the rights of the people. We have a situation where an agreement was reached, one that didn't include the mandatory minimum conditional release. The Defendant had the conditional release imposed on a modified sentence, without being informed, without a hearing, with no say at all. Read More...
It may be an issue of semantics, but Judge Halbrooks presents a clear and concise basis for the justification that change in employment does not necessarily need to be done in writing. When the Legislature writes a law saying that change in residence must be done in writing, but does not mention that change in employment must be in writing, the written notice is not required. A13-1215 - State of Minnesota, Respondent, vs. Read More...
It was worth a try, I don't know any attorney that expected it to succeed, but it was worth trying. The courts announced that you can't dig up old cases that would be unconstitutional now and challenge them. A14-1296 - Shawn Michael O'Connell, petitioner, Appellant, vs. Read More...
A14-1077 Ricky James Bedell, petitioner, Appellant, vs. Tom Roy, Commissioner of Corrections, Respondent. Rice County District Court, Hon. Read More...
Not a big surprise on this one, but Judge Alton tried to do what's right in this case, and got shot down by the Court of Appeals. (At least I consider it the right move, even if it wasn't supported by procedure). - Long and short of it, Ms. Read More...
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