Minnesota Supreme Court Rules Pardon Votes Must Be UnanimousAmreya Shefa sued after she was denied a pardon in 2020 on a 2-1 vote in the killing of her husband, whom she accused of repeated sexual abuse. Her attorney says she's likely to be deported to Ethiopia, where she fears her husband's relatives will kill her.
Mohamed Noor Murder Conviction Reversed: MN Supreme Court Orders Ex-MPD Officer Be Sentenced For 2nd-Degree ManslaughterThe Minnesota Supreme Court has reversed Mohamed Noor’s conviction of third-degree depraved-mind murder in the death of Justine Ruszcyzk Damond in 2017.
Minnesota Supreme Court Weighs Future Of Board Of Pardons’ Decision-MakingThe Minnesota Supreme Court on Wednesday heard arguments in a case challenging the Board of Pardons’ unanimous decision-making authority that was set by law more than a century ago.
Both Sides Submit Arguments As Minnesota Supreme Court Takes Up Mpls. Ballot IssueThe Minnesota Supreme Court agreed Wednesday to take up a dispute over whether Minneapolis residents will decide a ballot question on the future of policing in the city where an officer killed George Floyd.
Twitter Denies Verified Status For Alan Page, NFL MVP And MN Supreme Court JusticeTwitter told Alan Page he does not meet the "criteria for notability" based on the evidence he provided.
Minnesota Supreme Court Declines To Hear Appeal From Line 3 OpponentsThe Minnesota Supreme Court on Tuesday declined to hear an appeal by opponents of Enbridge Energy's Line 3 oil pipeline, letting stand a key decision by independent regulators to allow construction on the project to proceed.
Minnesota Supreme Court Finds Permit-To-Carry Laws ConstitutionalOn Wednesday the Minnesota Supreme Court ruled that a state law requiring individuals to have a permit to carry a handgun in public is constitutional and does not violate the Second Amendment.
Line 3 Opponents Appeal To Minn. Supreme Court As Lt. Gov. Flanagan Reiterates Opposition To PipelineTribal and environmental groups opposed to Enbridge Energy's Line 3 oil pipeline project asked the Minnesota Supreme Court on Wednesday to overturn a lower court decision affirming the approvals granted by independent regulators that allowed construction to begin last December.
Minnesota Supreme Court Yanks Judicial Candidate's Law LicenseThe Minnesota Supreme Court on Wednesday indefinitely suspended the law license of frequent justice candidate Michelle MacDonald, affirming a referee's finding that she violated the state's rules of professional conduct by falsely impugning the integrity of a judge.
MN Supreme Court: ‘The Time Is Right’ To Evaluate, Possibly Expand Audio/Video Coverage Of Criminal ProceedingsThe Minnesota Supreme Court says it’s time to consider whether audio and video coverage of criminal proceedings should be expanded to accommodate broader public access.
Minn. Supreme Court Sends PolyMet Mine Dispute Back To DNR For More HearingsThe Minnesota Supreme Court gave a victory to environmentalists Wednesday in the long-running battle over the proposed PolyMet copper-nickel mine in northeastern Minnesota.