Business Owner Charged With Shooting Burglary, Car Theft Suspect In Minneapolis"A person in Minnesota is allowed to use force to get their property back, but it has to be reasonable force,” attorney Joe Tamburino said. “You can't use deadly force. So for instance, you couldn't kill someone because they stole your car.”
After Another Assault, What's Being Done To Keep Downtown Mpls. Safe?An assault on Nicollet Mall turned a public safety advocate into a victim. The latest attack happened to a downtown resident in the middle of the day, and WCCO learned how police are working to make downtown safer.
'Lighter Charge for This Kind of Case': James Blue Could Face 8 Years For Drunken Crash That Killed Two Young MenCriminal defense attorney Joe Tamburino is not related to the case but is calling the criminal vehicular homicide charges unusual.
'The Defense Is Under The Gun': Legal Expert Breaks Down Derek Chauvin’s Motion For New TrialThe chances of a new trial actually happening for Derek Chauvin are “very low”, but it has been an unusual case and trial, according to a legal expert.
What To Expect From Opening Statements In The Derek Chauvin TrialMonday, the trial of Derek Chauvin will begin with jury instructions, opening statements and testimony.
Jury Selection In Derek Chauvin Trial Continues Monday With Judge Seeking Additional AlternateJury selection will continue Monday in the Derek Chauvin trial with the judge saying he wants to pick two more jurors.
Criminal Defense Attorney Joe Tamburino On What $27M Settlement Means For Derek Chauvin's TrialLegal experts say the reported involvement of Hennepin County Chief Judge Toddrick Barnette could complicate matters.
Derek Chauvin Case: Appeals Court Hears Arguments On Reinstating 3rd-Degree Murder ChargeThe Minnesota Court of Appeals heard oral arguments Monday afternoon on whether or not to reinstate a third-degree murder charge against Derek Chauvin for the death of George Floyd.
Are Restaurants Liable If Customers, Staff Get COVID-19?With many Minnesota bars and restaurants reopening June 1 in the midst of the pandemic, legal questions hang in the air about a business's responsibility in keeping everyone involved safe and healthy.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: Uncertainty About Jury Trials Lingers Due To COVID-19Right now, some court hearings are happening virtually, but that won't be an option when jury trials resume.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: DOC Officials Deciding Which Prisoners Should Be Released During PandemicPrisons across Minnesota have developed plans to deal with the spread of COVID-19.