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After a four-month hiatus caused by the pandemic, in-person criminal jury trials will resume in state district courts on March 15, Minnesota Supreme Court Chief…
In light of recent issues with police officer conduct, one reader wanted to know what kind of training law enforcement officers get in the state.
An attorney for fired cop Ty Jindra persuades U.S. judge magistrate that he was not threatening a potential witness.
Pine County attorney says deputy's use of deadly force warranted after chase.
A search was underway late Saturday for a suspect or suspects.
The lawsuit is one of several legal actions alleging police misconduct during the Floyd protest, including an incident captured by a New York-based photojournalist.
U.S. magistrate judge recommends rejection of suit by Waseca women inmates over handling of COVID-19
U.S. Magistrate also said the court lacked the authority to release a large number of inmates as sought by the ACLU.
Even judiciary staff will be barred from entering Minnesota's federal buildings.
Courts will offer a few more exceptions to allow jury criminal trials and will allow for remotely
Study: 'Less lethal' weapons used by police during George Floyd protests 'not appropriate,' caused significant injuries
Study deplores use of less-than-lethal weapons used against protesters during the George Floyd demonstrations in Minneapolis last year.