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Court Ruling Could Affect $1B In Petters Clawback Lawsuits

A recent Minnesota Supreme Court decision could affect the potential recovery of more than $1 billion from lenders who profited from relationships with convicted Wayzata businessman Tom Petters.

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Supreme Court: Police Don’t Need Warrant For Garbage Search

The Minnesota Supreme Court says a person shouldn't expect the contents of a garbage container to remain private once it's put outside, so police don't need a warrant to search the trash.

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Minnesota Supreme Court: cgaukel,flickr
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Got A Robe? State Seeking Applicants For Supreme Court

Want to serve on Minnesota's highest court?

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Minnesota Supreme Court Upholds Deer Hunting Conviction

The Minnesota Supreme Court has ruled a man who had a loaded weapon while he was concealed in a deer blind was "pursuing" deer and needed a hunting license.

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Minnesota Supreme Court: cgaukel,flickr
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Knoblach Appeals Ruling To Stop Senate Office Building

Former State Representative Jim Knoblach of St. Cloud is appealing a judge's ruling on a planned new Senate Office Building. Earlier this month the Ramsey County Judge ruled against Knoblach's lawsuit to stop the $90 million project.

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Minn. Supreme Court Suspends Lawyer For Slurs

The Minnesota Supreme Court has suspended the license of an attorney who made anti-Catholic slurs against judges and others in legal filings.

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Minnesota Court Upholds Clergy Sex-Misconduct Law

The Minnesota Supreme Court has upheld a state law that deems it a felony for clergy members to have sex with people they're advising on spiritual matters.

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Minnesota Supreme Court: cgaukel,flickr
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Minnesota High Court to Decide End-of-Life Case

The Minnesota Supreme Court will decide whether guardians have the legal authority to take their wards off life support.

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Minnesota High Court Asked to Hear Mineral Leases Case

A group of northeastern Minnesota residents has asked the Minnesota Supreme Court to consider whether the state should conduct environmental reviews before awarding mineral rights leases.

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David Lillehaug
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Dayton Taps Lillehaug for Minnesota High Court

Gov. Mark Dayton has appointed former U.S. Attorney David Lillehaug to the Minnesota Supreme Court. Dayton announced his pick Tuesday. Lillehaug, of Minneapolis, has been working as a private attorney for the last decade and has longstanding ties to the Minnesota DFL.

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