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Conditions of supervised release or probation

If you have been convicted of a criminal offense in Minnesota, you may be eligible for probation or supervised release sometimes in lieu of spending time in prison. If this is the case, you will want to know that there are very clear parameters associated with such programs. In order to remain eligible for these options, you will need to follow all of the conditions set forth by the judge.

Undestanding conditions of probation

If you have been convicted of a federal crime and your sentence included probation in lieu of prison or probation in addition to some time in prison, you will want to understand some of the requirements of probation and the conditions you must meet. Failure to comply with the conditions may result in you being deemed as having violated the terms of your probation.

Prison and supervised release ordered for accountant

Residents in Minnesota who find themselves accused of white collar crimes may be understandably surprised and confused. A criminal accusation can often feel incongruous with what a person thinks of themselves. When many people think about criminals, they think about people who are accused of things like murder, assualt or drug charges not generally very successful professionals. Yet, many highly educated and accomplished people find themselves in this spot and then they must all of a sudden navigate a very world very unfamiliar to them.

Criminal liability for aiding and abetting

You may well know someone in Minnesota who has been charged with a criminal offense. But have you also been accused of some type of involvement in that situation even if you did not directly commit a crime or take an illegal action? If so, you are not alone as the state's laws do outline provisions for liability of others in these circumstances. This is often referred to as aiding and abetting a crime.

Statutes of limitations for conspiracy charges

Minnesota residents may find themselves accused of conspiracy charges related to a wide range of alleged acts. These may involve violence or intended violence, fraud, drugs and more. Conspiracy by nature is not a single-action type of event such as shoplifting, for example. For this reason, it may be difficult for you to know how prosecutors or law enforcement entities might determine what date can be used for a statutes of limitations for any offense related to a type of conspiracy.

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