Do I Have to Let the Police in my House?

Do I have to let the police in my house? In a word, no.  The Fourth Amendment protects individuals from unreasonable searches, which includes the entry of a home by police without a warrant.  Courts have historically given homes the highest level of protection under the Fourth Amendment.  Homes have such a strong privacy protection… Read more »

The Four Types of Work Comp Wage Loss Benefits

Temporary Total Disability (TTD) The first potential work comp wage loss benefit is Temporary Total Disability.  This is explained under Minnesota Statute section 176.101, subd. 1.  Basically, an employee is entitled to this benefit if their doctor has indicated that they are unable to work because of the work injury, or, although they are capable… Read more »

2nd Degree DWI Charges Dismissed

2nd Degree DWI Charges Dismissed Minnesota DWI lawyer, John Arechigo, recently achieved a dismissal of all charges for a client facing multiple 2nd Degree DWI charges in Scott County.  The client was facing a minimum of 90 days in jail.  After a thorough investigation into the case, which included review of several squad video recordings,… Read more »

Police Still Can’t Force You to Divulge Passcode, Probably

We wrote about this topic a little while back.  That previous blog post firmly stated that the police cannot compel you to provide your phone’s passcode even if the police had a search warrant to search your phone.  Well, that might be changing – slightly. Last week, in State v. Stahl, the Florida Court of Appeals… Read more »

Workplace Assaults & Work Comp

Workplace Assaults Covered by Work Comp Co-workers don’t always get along.  Sometimes they fight.  Sometimes they get injured.  If they do get injured, the issue becomes whether the injury is covered by workers’ compensation insurance.  This issue can have major implications because workers’ compensation insurance covers wage loss, medical expenses, and compensates for permanent injuries. Minnesota… Read more »

Minnesota DWI Law is Unconstitutional

Major Minnesota DWI News In separate opinions released today, the Minnesota Supreme Court has said that portions of the Minnesota DWI law is unconstitutional. Specifically, these cases addressed the issue of whether a driver can be charged with a DWI in Minnesota for refusing to provide a blood or urine sample when the arresting officer… Read more »

Another Expungement Granted

Ramsey County Expungement Minnesota criminal defense lawyer John Arechigo recently obtained another expungement for a former client.  The former conviction was only for a misdemeanor theft, so there’s nothing particularly extraordinary about getting a misdemeanor theft expunged.  What was different about this case, however, is that the expungement followed a dismissal after the client successfully… Read more »

Federal Revenge Porn Law Announced

Federal Revenge Porn Law A federal revenge porn law has finally been announced.  The federal law has been expected for about a year.  The delay in announcing the federal law shows the difficulty in creating criminal laws that potentially intrude of 1st Amendment free speech issues.  The full text of the federal revenge porn law,… Read more »

Client Avoids Prison After 3rd Degree Murder Charge

Our Minnesota Criminal Defense Lawyers Keep Client out of Prison A recent client from Minneapolis, B.H., was facing a lengthy prison sentence after she was charged with contributing to the death of a young man who overdosed on drugs he bought from our client.  B.H. was charged Great Bodily Harm Caused by the Distribution of… Read more »

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  • When I was injured at work and the insurance company denied my claim, I didn’t know what I was going to do. I had medical bills mounting, no income, and three children to take care of. Josh helped me understand the process, how long it would take, and in the end, he got all my medical bills paid and got me paid for my injury. In one of the worst times in my life, it helped to able to count on an attorney who understands the law and who was on my side every step of the way.

  • I got injured when a piece of sheet rock fell on my back. The insurance company doctor said my herniated disc was age related and not because of what fell on my back. The attorneys at Arechigo & Stokka, got me paid until we had to go to court, and in the end got all my bills paid and more. I cannot thank them enough.

  • My car crash was one of the worst things that ever happened to me. The insurance company wanted me to settle my case right away without speaking to an attorney. Friends told me I didn’t need an attorney. After months of trying to do things on my own, I knew I need to obtain the advice of an attorney. I am so glad I did. Josh and John helped me get all my bills paid and get compensated for all I went through with my injury.

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