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  • On Behalf Of: Ryan Pacyga Criminal Defense
  • Published: December 26, 2019

Two men were recently sentenced for serious drug crimes. The two individuals who committed felony drug crimes are ages 30 and 43. Still, any individuals in Minnesota who are accused of felonies are always presumed innocent until and unless their guilt can be proved in court. The 30-year-old man ended up being sentenced to a total of 52 months behind bars for a…Read More

  • On Behalf Of: Ryan Pacyga Criminal Defense
  • Published: December 12, 2019

A 21-year-old man working as a caregiver for adults in a group home has been arrested and charged, according to local sources. Minnesota authorities arrested the man after he gave himself up to police, citing incidents of rape against two of the group home's residents. He has been charged with several felonies, including third-degree criminal sexual conduct. If he is…Read More

  • On Behalf Of: Ryan Pacyga Criminal Defense
  • Published: November 16, 2019

In the hierarchy of what criminal offenses are the most serious, offenses that stem from driving often don't seem as serious as offenses that have victims, like theft or assault. As a result, some people think that any driving offense, even impaired driving charges, aren't very serious concerns. These people may be in for a rude awakening when they wind…Read More

  • On Behalf Of: Ryan Pacyga Criminal Defense
  • Published: November 13, 2019

A man in Hennepin County has been charged with multiple counts of voter fraud, according to local news sources. The 22-year-old Minneapolis man has been charged with 13 felonies and is currently being sought by police. A warrant has been issued for his arrest, but it appears police have not yet caught up with the man. When they do, he…Read More

  • On Behalf Of: Ryan Pacyga Criminal Defense
  • Published: October 31, 2019

A man in Minnesota was recently accused of punching another individual outside of a political rally in mid-October. He now faces a charge of felony assault in the third degree. However, like any other individuals accused of felonies, he is presumed innocent unless prosecutors can prove his guilt in a court of law. In the recent case of alleged assault,…Read More

  • On Behalf Of: Ryan Pacyga Criminal Defense
  • Published: October 2, 2019

A 25-year-old man in Minnesota was recently accused of committing multiple felony crimes. The felonies with which he has been charged are associated with a shooting that police said took place in early September. The reported shooting ended up harming a child and a woman. According to police, multiple people got together at a home one day when a dispute broke…Read More

  • On Behalf Of: Ryan Pacyga Criminal Defense
  • Published: September 29, 2019

The community celebrated when the organizers of St. Paul’s Grand Old Day announced the event would not, in fact, be cancelled for 2019, as they had initially announced. The revived festival went on to draw an estimated 200,000 guests when it was held in June, delighting supporters. Little did revelers know, the group behind the long-running festival was under increasing…Read More

  • On Behalf Of: Ryan Pacyga Criminal Defense
  • Published: August 22, 2019

A man in Minnesota was recently sent to prison after committing multiple drunk driving offenses. Specifically, he was sentenced to four years behind bars for committing a probation violation following a felony drunk driving conviction in 2017. Fortunately, people accused of felonies related to drunk driving in Minnesota cannot be convicted until and unless the government can prove their guilt…Read More

  • On Behalf Of: Ryan Pacyga Criminal Defense
  • Published: August 8, 2019

Several people were arrested during a recent Minnesota festival highlighting camping and country music. According to authorities, multiple people were charged with felonies at the yearly WE Fest, which was held at a ranch. In addition, several others were charged with less severe crimes during the festival. Authorities ended up stopping 1,461 cars during the 37th yearly festival. This is an…Read More

  • On Behalf Of: Ryan Pacyga Criminal Defense
  • Published: August 4, 2019

Minnesota authorities recently accused a 24-year-old man of taking heroin and then driving while intoxicated. They thus arrested him on felony charges of drug possession and DWI. However, like anyone else in Minnesota who is accused of felonies, the man is presumed innocent until and unless the government can prove his guilt in court. The recent DWI arrest occurred when police…Read More

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