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Max Allen Keller

Minneapolis Criminal Defense Attorney.

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  1. Should Marijuana Be Decriminalized in Minnesota

    Written by attorney Max Keller, over 2 years ago.

    There has been talk in a few cities across the country about partially decriminalizing marijuana for recreational use in an attempt to reduce the number of young adults getting criminal records. Even for something as little as misdemeanor marijuana possession charges, a Minneapo...

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  2. Child Pornography: What Happens If I or Someone I know is being Investigated?

    Written by attorney Max Keller, over 2 years ago.

    Facing a charge of possessing, distribution, receiving, or producing child pornography is a scary proposition. Not only do child pornography charges carry the possibility of long prison sentences and registration as a predatory offender, but even being charged with anything rel...

    15 people found this Legal Guide helpful

  3. What Happens if I'm Caught Texting While Driving?

    Written by attorney Max Keller, over 2 years ago.

    In a recent survey reported in the Star Tribune newspaper, at least half of all teens surveyed said that they text while driving. We all know that teenage drivers are not the safest, because, for among others reasons, they are reckless, inexperienced, and believe they are invin...

    2 people found this Legal Guide helpful

  4. How Much Bail Will Court Set in a Minnesota Sex Crime?

    Written by attorney Max Keller, over 2 years ago.

    The sex crimes trial of Jerry Sandusky , ex Penn-State Football coach, will be starting soon in Pennsylvania. But before trial, the first thing he had to do was make bail. How does bail work in Minnesota sex crimes cases? A Minnesota bail hearing is one of the most important hear...

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  5. Should Towns Sell Booze?: Muni Liquor Stores and Minnesota DWI's

    Written by attorney Max Keller, over 2 years ago.

    Minnesota Suburban police departments love to hand out DWI tickets, which wind up costing drivers $10,000 to $20,000. As this article from the Star Tribune reveals, minnesota municpalities are promoting sales of beer, wine, and hard alcohol while turning around and handing out DU...

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  6. Is Hazing a Crime In Minnesota?

    Written by attorney Max Keller, over 2 years ago.

    For better or worse, hazing has been a part of American college life for a very long time. This remains true today too, in fact, even though hazing rituals are now considered "violent crimes" in several states because students have died or been seriously injured in hazing incide...

    1 person found this Legal Guide helpful

  7. Minnesota Felony DWI or Minnesota Gross Misdemeanor DWI: What Happens at My Bail Hearing?

    Written by attorney Max Keller, over 2 years ago.

    If you are facing Minnesota felony DWI charges, then if convicted you may be un-employable, and you will lose your right to vote and your gun rights. If you are convicted of a Gross Misdemeanor 2nd Degree DWI or 3rd Degree DWI, you may go to jail for up to a year and/or be on pr...

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  8. Minnesota Felony Charges: What Should I Expect and When?

    Written by attorney Max Keller, over 2 years ago.

    Being charged with a crime any crime is a scary proposition. If you are facing Minnesota felony charges, then if convicted you may be un-employable, and you will lose your right to vote and your gun rights. That's why you need to call a Minnesota Felony Criminal Defense Attorn...

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  9. How Does a Misdemeanor Charge Work in Minnesota?

    Written by attorney Max Keller, over 2 years ago.

    Being charged with a crime - any crime - is a scary proposition. You will need a Minnesota Misdemeanor Criminal Defense Attorney to help you. You may be curious as to what the typical procedures are for going to Court. When do you go to Court? What happens at a Court appearance? ...

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  10. If you're an Immigrant, Your rights May have been Violated Under the Case of Padilla v. Kentucky

    Written by attorney Max Keller, over 2 years ago.

    In the 2010 United State Supreme Court case of Padilla v. Kentucky, the Supreme Court ruled for the first time that a defendant's right a competent attorney (the "right to effective assistance of counsel) was violated when an attorney failed to explain the immigration consequenc...

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