How much time does the state of MN have to file a DWI charge after an arrest? 48 hrs served in jail, no bond; not MN resident

Asked over 5 years ago - Saint Louis, MO

Time limit to charge a person with a DWI due to probable cause in MN

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  1. Edward Jerome Blum

    Contributor Level 16

    Answered . I don't practice in MN, but generally speaking the time in which the government has to file a misdemeanor, like DUI, is 1 year.

    Edward J. Blum

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