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Minnesota Hit and Run Laws

Minnesota Hit and Run Laws

Minnesota hit and run laws: What happens if you leave the scene of an accident in the gopher state? Leaving the scene of an accident in Minnesota is a felony if the accident results in death or serious injury under section 169.09 (collisions/Minnesota hit and run...
Minnesota Sexting Laws

Minnesota Sexting Laws

Specific laws in Minnesota related to sexting do not exist (yet). Persons accused of sending inappropriate texts, pictures, or videos face prosecution under the states harsh child pornography laws Quick take: Teens tried as adults for child pornography violations and...
Minnesota Whistleblower Laws

Minnesota Whistleblower Laws

A Summary of Minnesota Whistleblower Laws Minnesota is an employment-at-will state. This means employees can be discharged from work for any reason or no reason. However, at-will employees in Minnesota can seek protection through the state’s statutory...
Minnesota Child Support Laws

Minnesota Child Support Laws

Everything you need to know about Minnesota child support laws, updated for 2020. Minnesota Child Support Guidelines dictate the court’s actions when dividing parental obligation or awarding alimony. You might expect the law to be clear, but the truth is the...
Minnesota Car Seat Laws

Minnesota Car Seat Laws

A Summary of Child Car Seat Laws in Minnesota Infants should be secured in rear-facing seats until they reach 1 year old AND weigh 22 or more pounds. Children can travel in forward-facing seats once they outgrow the rear-facing seat or when they are over 1 year old...