Minnesota Statutes of Limitations
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Whether you're dealing with a civil law claim or criminal charges, there are generally time limits on when legal action can be taken, known as "statutes of limitations." For instance, Minnesota criminal statutes of limitations laws dictate how long prosecutors have to file criminal charges against a suspect. These time limits typically depend on the severity of the crime. In the civil law context, on the other hand, Minnesota civil statutes of limitations laws determine how long injury victims have to file a personal injury, medical malpractice, or workers' compensation claim. If you think you have a legal claim, it's in your best interest to look up the corresponding Minnesota statute of limitations. Click on a link below to learn more.
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