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  • Resources in this category:
       2009 Prosecutor Manual (August 1, 2009) (Minnesota County Attorneys Association)
    Section titles (from March 2006 edition):
    1. What's New
    2. Criminal Justice Information Processing
    3. Criminal Complaints and Judgments
    4. Minnesota Offense Codes
    5. DWI and Other Driving Offenses
    6. Juvenile
    7. Contacts and Reference Info
    8. Glossary
    9. Index
    10. This manual previously appeared on the Minnesota Judicial Branch website and was the responsibility of the State Court Administrator's office. 188 pages.
       Crime & Corrections in Minnesota (Minnesota Legislative Reference Library)
       Firearm Carry Laws (Minnesota Legislative Reference Library)
       Midday: Crime, Law, and Justice in the Twin Cities (August 21, 2003) (Minnesota Public Radio)
    Gary Eichten interviews Hennepin County Attorney Amy Klobuchar and Ramsey County Attorney Susan Gaertner from the Minnesota State Fair. Audio broadcast.
       Minnesota Citizens' Personal Protection Act of 2003 A/k/a Conceal and Carry Legislation (Minnesota Legislature)
    This is the session law containing the controversial Minnesota "Conceal and Carry" law. "Enacting the Minnesota Citizens' Personal Protection Act of 2003; recognizing the inherent right of law-abiding citizens to self-protection through the lawful use of self-defense; providing a system under which responsible, competent adults can exercise their right to self-protection by authorizing them to obtain a permit to carry a pistol; providing that persons convicted of crimes of violence are prohibited from possessing, receiving, shipping, or transporting firearms for the remainder of the person's lifetime; providing criminal penalties; appropriating money," etc.
       Minnesota Criminal Justice System Flowchart (Minnesota Department of Public Safety, Office of Justice Programs)
    For adult cases.
       Minnesota Statewide Racial Profiling Reports (September 24, 2003) (Institute on Race and Poverty)
    Includes aggregate report as well as individual reports for the following cities and counties (listed in alphabetical order): Akeley, Anoka County, Becker County, Beltrami County, Bemidji, Cass County, Cass Lake, Cloquet, Cook County, Crosby, Dakota County, Dodge County, Eagle Lake, Fairfax, Faribault, Fridley, Gibbon, Goodhue County, Granite Falls, Grant County, Henning, Houston County, International Falls, Jackson County, Kandiyohi County, Kittson County, Lac qui Parle County, Lake County, Leech Lake, Little Falls, Mahnomen, Marshall County, Minneapolis, Minneota, Moorhead, New Hope, Norman County, Olmsted County, Plymouth, Pope County, Ramsey County, Red Lake County, Red Wing, Redwood County, Rochester, Sauk Rapids, Savage, Scott County, Sherburne County, Sibley County, Springfield, St. Cloud, Stevens County, Swift County, Todd County, Truman County, Wadena County, Walker, Waseca County, Wilkin County, Willmar, Winnebago, Winthrop, Worthington, and Yellow Medicine County.
       Petitioner's Instructions for Expungement (Sealing) of Criminal Records (Minnesota Statutes § 609A.01 - .03) (Minnesota State Court System)
    "This statutory expungement remedy is limited to a court order sealing records and prohibiting disclosure of their existence or their opening except under court order or statutory authority; nothing in the law authorizes destruction of records or their return to the subject. A Judge of District Court must hear this petition."
       Report to the Minnesota Legislature: Joint Domestic Abuse Prosecution Unit - A prosecution initiative focusing on domestic assaults where children are present (January 1, 2001) (Ramsey County Attorney's Office/St. Paul Cit Attorney's Office)
    "Studies document the traumatic effects of domestic violence on children, even when they are not the direct targets."

    " This progress report documents the units experience over three months  from its inception on September 18, 2000, through December 19, 2000."

    16 pages.

       Computer Crime (U.S. Department of Justice)
    Includes Computer Crime Policy and Programs, Computer Crime Cases, Computer Crime Laws and Statutes, Computer Crime Documents, and Computer Crime Guidance.
       Financial Scandals (Roy Davies, St. Luke's Campus librarian, University of Exeter)
       National Criminal Justice Reference Service (ncjrs) (NCJRS Research and Information Center)
    Federally funded information resource offering justice and substance abuse information to support research, policy, and program development worldwide. Main topics include: Corrections, Courts, Drugs and Crime, International, Juvenile Justice, Law Enforcement, Victims of Crime, Statistics and "More Issues in Criminal Justice". You can find publications by subject and sort by title, date or document number. Sponsored by U.S. Department of Justice, U.S. Department of Homeland Security, and the Executive Office of the President. NCJRS was created in 1972 at as Federal information clearing house on criminal justice, juvenile justice and drug policy.
       Report to Congress on Implementation of Section 1001 of the USA PATRIOT Act (January 27, 2004)
    "Section 1001 of the USA PATRIOT Act (Patriot Act), Public Law 107-56, directs the Office of the Inspector General (OIG) in the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ or Department) to undertake a series of actions related to claims of civil rights or civil liberties violations allegedly committed by DOJ employees. It also requires the OIG to provide semiannual reports to Congress on the implementation of the OIG's responsibilities under Section 1001. This report - the fourth since enactment of the legislation - summarizes the OIG's Section 1001-related activities from June 16, 2003, through December 15, 2003. "
       Wex: Criminal Law (Legal Information Institute)
       Wrongful Conviction and Innocence Resources on the Internet by Strutin, Ken (December 17, 2005) (Law Library Resource Xchange, LLC)

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