Minnesota Litigator is in its third year, covering “News and Commentary about Minnesota Civil Litigation,” which is a crime by omission. That leaves out a large swath of Minnesota litigation, of course: criminal law.
Minnesota Litigator is delighted to announce Eric Rice, our newest guest poster, who will recalibrate the scale of Minnesota Litigator by offering insights into the criminal side of Minnesota litigation. Here is Eric’s bio:
Criminal law has been a passion of mine since law school. In law school I worked for the Office of the Federal Defender in Minnesota, a Boston-area prosecutor’s office, and the Equal Justice Initiative in Montgomery, Alabama. As a lawyer, I have a solo criminal law practice and handle all types of criminal defense matters, including DWI, assault, theft, and drug charges. Although based in St. Paul, I handle matters throughout the state. I received a B.A. in music from the University of Minnesota and a J.D. from Harvard Law School. More information about me and my practice can be found at ricedefense.com.
Welcome, Eric! And thank you for your much-needed insights into Minnesota litigation from the criminal side.