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Particular Crimes

Driving While Impaired
Also known as DWI, DUI, OWI, drunk driving, drunken driving, driving drunk, driving under the influence, and related terms.

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.
   Chad Reding, Petitioner, Appellant, vs. Commissioner of Public Safety, Respondent. C3-96-346, Court of Appeals Unpublished, August 13, 1996. by Minnesota Court of Appeals, Schumacher, J. (August 13, 1996) (Minnesota State Law Library)
"Appellant Chad Reding was arrested for driving while under the influence in violation of Minn. Stat. § 169.123 (1994). Reding appeals, arguing that the Intoxilyzer test results were invalid because the tests were administered more than two hours after the accident and because he had consumed alcohol after the accident, but before the tests.


Reding has failed to show that the Intoxilyzer test results were invalid. Affirmed."

   DWI E-Z Guide (August 1, 2005) (Minnesota Department of Public Safety and the National Highway Traffic Safety Department.)
The Minnesota County Attorneys Association calls this "quick reference guide for the enforcement of Minnesota DWI and related statutes." 2 pages.
   Impaired Driving: Penalties and Driver's License Sanctions (July 1, 2003) (Minnesota Department of Public Safety, Office of Traffic Safety)
An explanation of Minnesota impaired driving laws. 4 pages.

See also:
  • Implied Consent Proceedings
  • Personal Injury Law
  • Transportation Law
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