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Max Allen Keller

Minneapolis Criminal Defense Attorney.

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  1. What are the Different Types of Felony Sentences in Minnesota Including Stay of Imposition?

    Written by attorney Max Keller, over 2 years ago.

    If you have been charged with a felony offense, you may be wondering what kind of sentence is available. Can you keep a felony offense off your criminal record? Is it possible to plead to a lesser charge, or agree to accept a sentence that would go on your criminal record as a l...

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  2. DWI Blood Tests: Which States Require Search Warrants?

    Written by attorney Max Keller, over 2 years ago.

    Warrants and blood-tests in DWI cases, states disagree, P 1 Many of the DWI stories directly involve issues that directly arise under Minnesota's implied consent and driving while impaired laws. However, Minnesota criminal defense attorneys know that violations of rights guar...

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  3. Minnesota DWI Urine Tests NOT Reliable

    Written by attorney Max Keller, over 2 years ago.

    Recently, I reported on the Minnesota Supreme Court's opinion issued on February 8, 2011 regarding the question of whether DWI urine tests are reliable. Specifically, the court did NOT decide the question of whether DWI urine tests are reliable, but instead chose to sidestep the...

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  4. Veteran Minnesota legislator fights binge drinking in unique way

    Written by attorney Max Keller, over 2 years ago.

    No one can deny that underage binge drinking is a serious problem in the U.S. The Midwest is especially known forunderage drinking on college campuses and among high school students. Minnesota state Representative Phyllis Kahn, D-Minneapolis, is proposing a bill that she thinks ...

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  5. Update on Canada Keeping Out Drivers with DWI's

    Written by attorney Max Keller, over 2 years ago.

    DWI and Canada, relaxed rules up north may not help all with DWI convictions I have previously discussed a number of the direct and indirect consequences of a DWI conviction in Minnesota. State laws generally govern many consequences, including sentencing issues and the impac...

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  6. Can You Be Convicted of Criminal Vehicular Homicide if You Did Not Cause the Accident?

    Written by attorney Max Keller, almost 3 years ago.

    When there is an error your criminal trial, it is important to work with your criminal defense attorney to file a timely appeal and argue why that error led the jury to believe you were guilty. Luckily for one man, the Minnesota Court of Appeals has recently ruled his conviction...

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  7. Can you Be Arrested Twice for DWI in the Same Night?

    Written by attorney Max Keller, almost 3 years ago.

    Law enforcement in Southern Minnesota says they were called to a bar to investigate an incident early Friday morning. While at the establishment, police apparently spoke to a patron who police claim was seen driving later that morning. Law enforcement conducted a traffic stop t...

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  8. Do Professional, White Collar Workers Get Convicted of Child Pornography Possession?

    Written by attorney Max Keller, almost 3 years ago.

    Jeremy Dennis Green, the son of former Vikings football coach Dennis Green, pleaded guilty to possession of child pornography and other charges on December 6, 2011, proving that people from many walks of life have been recently busted for possession of child pornography, distrib...

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  9. Update on Intoxilyzer Source Code Challenges in Minnesota and Florida

    Written by attorney Max Keller, almost 3 years ago.

    The Intoxilyzer 5000 Source Code challenges have been going on in Minnesota for over six years. We recently reported here on the fact that the Minnesota Supreme Court held oral arguments on the Intoxilyzer Source Code cases on December 1, 2011. The Minnesota Supreme Court is not...

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  10. What Happens if I plead guilty to DAR, DAS or DAC in Minnesota

    Written by attorney Max Keller, almost 3 years ago.

    DAR, DAS, and DAC are commonly charged crimes in Minnesota. DAR is Driving After Revocation, DAS is Driving After Suspension, and DAC is Driving After Cancellation. All 3 of these crimes are commonly referred to as "driving without a [valid] license." What happens to you in Minn...

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