MN Supreme Court Tosses Defamation Claim Against Victim's Group Someplace SafeThe Supreme Court says the man could be entitled to damages if the lower court finds the statements are of "private concern."
Justice David Lillehaug To Resign From MN Supreme Court In 2020Lillehaug says he has Parkinson's disease and won't seek re-election next year.
Supreme Court: Malpractice Ruling Has Doctors ConcernedA malpractice ruling from the Minnesota Supreme Court is causing angst in the state’s medical and legal communities.
Margaret Chutich Wins Full Term On Supreme CourtChutich defeated family law attorney Michelle MacDonald in the officially non-partisan race, and faced voters for the first time this year.
Paul Thissen Sworn In As Minnesota Supreme Court JusticePaul Thissen will be sworn-in as an associate justice of the Minnesota Supreme Court Tuesday.
Minnesota's Highest Court Won't Block Climate Change Protesters' 'Necessity Defense'Climate change protesters are claiming victory in their effort to present an unusual "necessity defense" against felony charges stemming from efforts to shut down oil pipelines.
Son Can Sue Dad Over Hunting Accident, Court RulesCorey Ouradnik broke both legs when he fell from a tree stand on the family's hunting land near Hinckley in 2012 when he was 29.
Dayton Names Thissen Among State Supreme Court Finalists Former gubernatorial candidate and Democratic state Rep. Paul Thissen was named as one of four finalists for a Minnesota Supreme Court vacancy on Wednesday, raising the specter of Gov. Mark Dayton naming another partisan figure to the state's highest court.
Man Who Helped Kill Mom, Son When Teen To Be ResentencedThe case of a Minnesota man who was 16 when he and an accomplice killed a mother and son in Minneapolis is being sent back to a lower court for resentencing.
‘We Are Moving Backwards’: Alan Page Talks ‘Take A Knee’The protest against racism is something retired Minnesota Supreme Court Justice Alan Page knows something about.
Order To Unlock Phone With Fingerprint Deemed ConstitutionalThe Minnesota Supreme Court ruled that a judge's order requiring a man to provide his fingerprint to unlock his cellphone was constitutional and didn't violate his right against self-incrimination.