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State of Minnesota v. Corey Young
Duluth, Minnesota criminal defense lawyer represented the Defendant charged with first-degree murder. ...
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( 06-04-2024 - MN)

United States of America v. Descart Austin Begay
Duluth, Minnesota criminal defense lawyer represented Defendant charged with sexually assaulting a woman in her home on the Red Lake Reservation. Desart Austin Begay, Jr., age 38, was found guilty on two counts of aggravated sexual abuse and two counts of sexual abuse. This case is the result of an investigation conducted by the Red Lake Tribal Police Department and the FBI Headw...
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( 04-04-2023 - MN)

State of Minnesota v. Michael Allan Carbo, Jr.
Hibbing, Minnesota criminal lawyer represented Defendant charged with two counts of first-degree murder. Michael Carbo, Jr., age 53, was accused of killing Nancy Daughert, age 38, in 1986. Defendant's DNA was found under the victim's finger nails. The victim was sexually assaulted, beaten & strangled. Authorities did not have a sample of his DNA but searches of ...
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( 08-16-2022 - MN)

Eddie J. Highshoe v. Lyle G. Sunne
MoreLaw Virtual Receptionists Never Miss Another Call Don't Wait - Call 918-582-6422 Today! Duluth, MN - Eddie J. Highshoe sued Lyle G. Sunne on a personal injury auto ne...
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( 06-11-2019 - MN)

State of Minnesota v. Xavier Alfred Haywood
Duluth, MN - The State of Minnesota charged Xavier Alfred Haywood with aiding an offender as an accomplice after the fact in the shooting death of William Grahek, a University of Minnesota student, in February 2017. Five individual were charged in co...
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( 03-22-2019 - MN)

State of Minnesota v. Daniel Gregory Lynn
Virginia, MN - The State of Minnesota charged Daniel Gregory Lynn with: 1. Murder - 2nd Degree - With Intent-Not Premeditated 609.19.1(1) Felony 06/12/2018 2. Murder - 2nd Degree - Without Intent - While Committing a Felony 609.19...
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( 01-24-2019 - MN)

In re: Brian A. Lerbakken, Debtor
Morelaw Internet Marketing National Find A Lawyer Directory The Debtor, Brian Lerbakken, appeals the bankruptcy court’s1 Order dated May 29, 2018 disallo...
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( 10-16-2018 - MN)

Joseph J. Sivak, Jr. v. Cody Rides, LLC Morelaw Internet Marketing for Legal Professionals Helping People Find You On The Internet 888-354-4529
Minneapolis, MN - Joseph J. Sivak, Jr. sued Cody Rides, LLC, Show Productions, Inc., SNOWTA NYE, LLC and Tom Collins Group, LLC on personal injury negligence theories....
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( 05-18-2018 - MN)

State of Minnesota v. Paul Joseph Welle
Following a jury trial in St. Louis County District Court, respondent Paul Joseph Welle was found guilty of: (1) unintentional second-degree murder, in violation of Minn. Stat. § 609.19, subd. 2(1) (2014); and (2) first-degree manslaughter, in violation of Minn. Stat. § 609.20(2) (2014), in connection with the death of 60-year-old Dale Anderson. The trial court convicted Welle of...
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( 06-24-2015 - MN)

United States of America v. Christopher Michael Strong
Dulutha, MN - CHRISTOPHER MICHAEL STRONG, SR., 34, to 360 months in federal prison for a violent sexual assault committed on the Red Lake Indian Reservation. On December 19, 2014, following a three-day trial, a federal jury found STRONG guilty of aggravated sexual abuse. The defendant was sentenced on May 7, 2015 before Senior Judge Richard H. Kyle, Sr. in U.S. District Court in Duluth, Minn. ...
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( 05-14-2015 - MN)

Troy Brown and Megan Brown, individually and as the parents of Jacob Brown, a minor, v. Duluth Steam Cooperative
Troy Brown and Megan Brown, individually and as the parents of Jacob Brown, a minor, sued Duluth Steam Cooperative on negligence theories claiming that Jacob Brown suffered burns from a manhole cover in Canal Park in Duluth, Minnesota in August of 2011. The Plaintiffs sought $520,000 in damages including punitive damages. The Plaintiffs claimed that the injury was caused by the Defendant's failure...
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( 06-12-2014 - MN)

Steve Jankowski v. City of Duluth
Peter Scott and Steve Jankowski sued the City of Duluth on civil rights violation theories claiming that the City was unconstitutionally interfering with their right to preach to gospel of Christianity in public places being used by the City for Christmas displays in downtown Duluth. Plaintiff claimed that he was expressing his faith in a public place. The City claimed that Plaintiff's ...
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( 12-23-2012 - MN)

Keith Brunsting v. Lutsen Mountains Corporation
Keith and Cheri Brunsting1 appeal the district court's grant of summary judgment in favor of the defendants Lutsen Mountains Corporation and Lutsen Mountains Lodging Corporation (collectively "Lutsen"), in this negligence action. We reverse the grant of summary judgment and remand the matter to the district court for further consideration. I. We recount the evidence in t...
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( 04-18-2010 - MN)

Philip and Phyllis Sutula and Dr. John Stien v. The Landings Lakeside, LLC and Kevin Owens
Plaintiffs claimed that Defendants breach their contracts with them by not completing the condominiums purchased by them when promised, that defendants made false representations regarding construction, that they failed to notify the plaintiffs that a stop work order was issued by the city of Duluth, and that they had no plan to complete the work in the foreseeable future. Plaintiffs claimed that ...
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( 05-09-2008 - MN)

Estate of Ken Christiansen v. Wesley W. Omer, Kevin J. McGuigan and Brian G. Warden
The family and estate of Ken Christiansen sued Wesley W. Omer, Kevin J. McGuigan and Brian G. Warden on negligence theories claiming that the defendants failed to exercise due care when they gave the 19-year-old alcohol at a rugby team party. Christiansen was later found dead in Chester Creek three days after the party on April 13, 2001. It was theorized that Christiansen tried to cross the swol...
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( 04-18-2008 - MN)

Michael Bolen, et al., vs. Todd Glass, City of Duluth
These consolidated appeals involve a dispute over a landowner's right to construct a private driveway on adjacent property dedicated in 1902 to become a public street. The City of Duluth granted Todd Glass a permit to install a driveway on the dedicated, but never-established, "street." Michael and Deborah Bolen hold the fee to part of the property that constitutes the would-be street. The...
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( 09-08-2007 - MN)

Lowell Larson v. Dr. Jeffrey R. Weis and Northern Refractive Surgery Center
Lowell Larson, age 34, sued Dr. Jeffrey R. Weis and Northern Refractive Surgery Center Center on a negligence theory claiming that Dr. Weis acted below the standard of care and committed malpractice in Failing to properly measure the size of his pupils before performing LASIK surgery on Jan. 4, 2001, failing to properly screen him from LASIK eye surgery because of his larger-than-average pupils...
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( 04-12-2006 - MN)

Chester Creek Technologies v. George Kessler
Chester Creek Technologies sued George Kessler and Secret Seven Corporation for breach of contract and he counterclaimed for breach of the same contract. George Kessler founded Secret Seven Corporation in 1999 to design and manufacture computer keyboards and mouse devices for children. Secret Seven borrowed $427,625 from Wells Fargo Bank to fund the project. The loan was guaranteed by Kessl...
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( 11-16-2005 - MN)

John Rafinskin v. Western National Mutual Insurance Co.
Bad faith breach of contract claim by John Rafinskin against Western National Mutual Insurance Co. for failing to pay benefits under Mr. Rafinskin's uninsured motorist insurance policy for damages and injuries sustained by Mr. Rafinskin relating to the death of his son in an automobile accident. Ryan Rafinskin, age 27, was a passenger in a car driven by Tracy Darveaux that went out of control ...
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( 10-29-2005 - MN)

John Marshall v. The Inn on Madeline Island, et al.
Tennant who rented property on Madeline Island, Wisconsin fell into Lake Superior when the boards on the dock on the property failed under his weight. He sustained a torn rotator cuff which ultimately required two surgeries. He claimed that the owners of the property and their agent were negligent in renting the property to him in an unsafe condition. The defendants blamed the plaintiff for his...
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( 01-16-2003 - MN)

John B. Fawcett v. Robert H. Heimbach
In the summer of 1980, Heimbach had the opportunity to purchase shares of common stock in Medical Graphics Corporation (MGC). The stock was "legend stock," and it could not be sold, traded or pledged for a period of two years. The minimum block of shares that could be purchased was 8,000. Heimbach was not financially able to purchase the minimum increment and asked Fawc...
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( 04-20-1999 - MN)

Kory John Meyer v.
Products liability - 1992 Mercury Topaz driven by plaintiff hit a 900 pound moose on a dark highway. The moose hit the windshield and roof, crushing the roof and causing cervical spine injuries to plaintiff's neck which left him with partial use of his arms and hands and no function below his chest. Plaintiff alleged that the Topaz was defective and unreasonably dangerous in that the roof was no...
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( 11-15-1998 - MN)

Charlotte Follmer v. Duluth, Missabe and Iron Range Railway Company
Wrongful discharge - violation of M.S.A. 181.953 and 49 U.S.C. 20106. Plaintiff, a track laborer in the maintenance-of-way department of the Duluth, Missabe and Iron Range Railway Company was discharged due to her positive drug test and she was not offered the opportunity for treatment. Plaintiff was injured on the job on July 31, 1996 and was required to give a urine sample which tested positive...
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( 10-27-1998 - MN)

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