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Minnesota Revenge Porn charges - what are they and how can they be defended against?
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“Defending Marijuana Cases,” CLE Presented by Thomas C. Gallagher to Minnesota Society for Criminal Justice, June 15, 2018. Issues covered at link:
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Minneapolis Criminal Lawyer Tom Gallagher on empowering the accused.
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Drug Crimes Defense Minnesota - by Minneapolis Criminal Lawyer Thomas Gallagher

https://gallagherdefense.com/crimes/drug-crimes-defense-minnesota/
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Politicians Who Support Prohibition Are Supporting Organized Crime

https://liberty-lawyer.com/drugcrimecharges/
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Backpage prostitution sting? The latest fad now is to set up the target for a felony prostitution, based upon a claim of a patron’s imagined agreement to hire a prostitute under 18 years old based on text messages. But there is no prostitute, and no one underage. Can you believe that? Who would!

The solution? Call experienced prostitution defense attorney Thomas Gallagher, based in Minneapolis.

#entrapment #superbowl

https://gallagherdefense.com/crimes/prostitution/
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The defense of lack of jurisdiction in Minnesota can have more than one application, more than one meaning. The best time to assert such a defense would be as early as possible. For more on the jurisdiction defense, see: https://gallagherdefense.com/defenses/jurisdiction/
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Should mentally ill people be held criminally responsible for their acts? The mental illness defense in Minnesota, briefly reviewed.

https://gallagherdefense.com/defenses/mental-illness/
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Self-defense laws in Minnesota
A person who acts reasonably in self-defense is no criminal.

In our legal history, we have developed ways of thinking about self-defense that we hope balance competing interests:

* bright line vs. totality of the circumstances
* self-help vs. state control
* position of authority vs. other
* authority of attacker – lawful vs. criminal
* relationship to favored location – home defense
* relationship to favored people – defense of other
* proportionality of response to threat
* reluctant participant -duty to retreat outside home
* reasonable belief vs. historical fact

https://gallagherdefense.com/defenses/self-defense/
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