Every year, you're required to file your tax return as accurately as possible. While most people make a good effort to do so, others may try to avoid paying taxes completely. Avoiding paying taxes can lead to tax evasion charges that you have to defend against in court.
The legal limit for blood toxicity is .08 percent. If you are stopped by police with a blood alcohol concentration over the legal limit, then you could be arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol. If you are under age and have a blood alcohol concentration of .01 to .02 percent, you could be considered to be under the influence of alcohol even though it won't affect you in the same way as having a blood alcohol concentration of .08 percent. This is because the authorities do not want people underage driving while intoxicated and penalize them more heavily if they are found to have any alcohol in their test results.
Drug possession may not seem like it should be as serious as other kinds of drug crimes, but even simply having the drug in your home, car or pockets can put you at risk of serious penalties. The following penalties for drug possession apply to Minnesota and your case; you should defend yourself immediately to lower your risk of facing charges with these penalties.