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  • News

    August 25, 2010

    Asylum Denied

    Only a fraction of Mexicans get U.S. asylum

  • Blogs

    December 15, 2009

    Biber's teen sex charge leaves colleagues "confused and disturbed"

    Minneapolis business attorney Aaron Biber is due to be arraigned in Hennepin County court today on charges that he had sex with a 14-year-old boy.

  • News

    July 23, 2008

    Tim Pawlenty: Governor No

    Tim Pawlenty racked up more vetoes this year than any governor in Minnesota's history. Is this the man we want to be vice president?

  • News

    June 18, 2008

    Pregnant Pause

    Governor Tim Pawlenty may have vetoed the legislation, but that hasn't stopped women from being surrogates

  • News

    May 30, 2007

    Super Lawyers Unmasked

    The small Minneapolis start-up has become a certified nationwide blockbuster. Can it survive success?

  • Blogs

    July 25, 2006

    7/25 Morning Communiqué

    $20 mil to the int'l space station and an extra $15 mil for a spacewalk, a Kiwi cop moonlights as a hooker, the American Bar Association accuses the president of flouting the Constitution, the top ten worst referee calls, the Minnesota Blog of the Day, and more...

  • News

    November 5, 2003

    Take It Up with the Judge

    Judge Harvey Ginsberg seems to have a little anger problem

  • News

    May 21, 2003

    Dead Again?

    The drive to bring back capital punishment has friends in high places

  • News

    May 7, 2003

    Stupid Sentencing Tricks

    A Minnesota judge is targeted for speaking out against federal drug-sentencing guidelines

  • News

    January 23, 2002

    The Billionaire Next Door

    Donald Watkins Is Made Of More Than Money

  • Books

    June 17, 1998

    Judging for Himself

    If Greg Wersal has his way, Minnesota judges will soon campaign for election just like any other politicians

  • News

    February 28, 1996

    Death Row Stories

    During the 1970s the Supreme Court outlawed capital punishment on the grounds that it was applied in an "arbitrary" and "capricious" manner. Now it's back with a vengeance, but as a group of Minnesota attorneys is learning, nothing has really changed.

  • Feature

    December 13, 1995

    Bill of Wrongs

    The terrors of counterterrorism.