February 13, 2014

McNeely / Brooks Update

Two cases have recently rocked the criminal law world. See here for information about McNeely and Brooks. For an example of these cases, see State v. […]
February 13, 2014

War on Drugs: Is It Worth It?

Our office has handled many drug cases. We’ve handled everything from simple possession of marijuana (sometimes a petty misdemeanor, sometimes a felony) to huge drug conspiracies. […]
November 26, 2013

Connection of Criminal Defense to . . . Part III: Personal Injury Law

Like other areas of law, criminal defense sometimes overlaps with other fields, such as personal injury. Many criminal charges may result in the alleged victim commencing […]
November 21, 2013

Connection of Criminal Defense to . . . Part II: Immigration Law

Like other areas of law, criminal defense sometimes overlaps with other fields, such as immigration law. Immigration law is a particularly difficult area of law because […]
November 20, 2013

Connection of Criminal Defense to . . . Part I: Family / Juvenile Law

Like other areas of law, criminal defense sometimes overlaps with other fields, such as family and juvenile law. Charges like domestic assault and child abuse are […]
November 12, 2013

Prostitution

The Law Offices of Ryan Garry handles all sex offenses, including prostitution. Due to the increased number of police stings, more and more people are being […]
November 11, 2013

Brooks: The End of the Fourth Amendment as We Know It

On October 23, 2013, the Minnesota Supreme Court issued its ruling in State of Minnesota v. Brooks. This is the long-awaited decision that has partially determined […]
September 4, 2013

The Current State of Expungement Laws — Part III: Ban the Box Law

Beginning in January 2014, applying to private employers for people with a criminal history will change. Before now, this expungement law applied to public employers. The […]
August 29, 2013

The Current State of Expungement Laws —Part II: Inherent Authority Expungement

The only other way to get your records expunged is by requesting the court do so under its “inherent authority.” This way is not as beneficial […]