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When you start your research with Dunnell, you save time and are more prepared. The perfect place to start your research, Dunnell Minnesota Digest is the most respected and widely-used practice tool available to the Minnesota attorney. Dunnell is an encyclopedia of Minnesota law providing a one-stop, comprehensive synthesis of more than 350 subject areas drawing upon Minnesota Supreme Court and Court of Appeals cases, statutes, and rules since 1910. Expand your research quickly with Dunnell. Each section gives you quick access to current Minnesota cases, statutes and other sources with easy-to-scan subject headings, summaries outlining the scope of each area, useful cross references to related subject areas, citations to historical and supplemental information, and more. Get the current state of the law for over 350 legal topics. Recent revisions to volumes 1 through 13 and ongoing updates and revisions to Dunnell Minnesota Digest ensure you have the current state of the law at your fingertips. For example, the criminal law volume features coverage of emerging and changing areas of criminal law such as admissible evidence, scientific tests and interpretations (including DNA). The criminal law volume has also been updated to reflect changes in the criminal code such as Minn. Stat. 595.02 (concerning witness testimony), 609.02 (definitions of key terms in the criminal code), and 627.15 (special venue statute placing venue in criminal action arising out of incident of alleged child abuse in county where alleged abuse occurred or in county where child is found), as well as criminal procedure rules such as Minn. R. Crim. P. 28 (governing appeals to the Minnesota court of appeals). Each comprehensive supplement provides: Extensive case law references pointing out relevant holdings Clear and concise statement of the applicable "black letter" law Analysis of statutory and case law changes and their effect on prior rulings Appropriate administrative rules, regulations, and decisions including attorney general opinions.
Database includes most recent edition only. Originally compiled by Mark B. Dunnell and revised by the publisher's editorial staff.
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