Driving and Transportation Legal Resources
Minnesota law provides you with the right to have an additional test taken after you give a test to the police. If you contact Additional Testing, Inc. at 612-333-3226 they will send out a 24-hour dispatcher to collect a sample from you. You must pay for this sample, but it can be useful to demonstrate, in some cases, that the test you provided to the police was not accurate.
Check the status of your Minnesota Driver’s License here.
Minnesota Department of Public Safety: Driver & Vehicle Services Division. This site provides useful information concerning driving manuals, office locations, fees, etc.
Minnesota Drivers Manual, study Chapters 7 and 8 for your DWI test:
MN DRIVERS MANUAL
The above PDF document links to the Minnesota Driver’s Manual. If your driving privileges have been revoked, you should study Chapters 7 and 8 of the Driver’s Manual. These chapters consist of the materials covered in the DWI Knowledge Test. This test must be taken to qualify for a limited license/work permit, or to regain full driving privileges.
Traffic cameras for Minnesota highways. You can check the traffic, accidents, construction, etc.
Minnesota Boating and Water Regulations (note, some bodies of water have their own regulations in addition to the State regulations)
Minnesota Snowmobile Regulations
State and Local Courts/Minnesota Law:
Information on Minnesota Courts and Judges. Minnesota Judicial Branch.
Check out Minnesota State Statutes as well as local County and City Ordinances. Minnesota State Law Library.
Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension. You can check criminal records here.
Sentencing practices for Minnesota Criminal Sexual Conduct offenses in 2005.
Published by the Minnesota Sentencing Guidelines Commission.
Jail Rosters, Local and State:
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