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Irlbeck Wins Felony Sexual Assault Case in State Court

Irlbeck Wins Felony Sexual Assault Case in State Court

  • March 4th, 2016
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On February 22, 2016, Andrew Irlbeck secured a victory for a client charged with criminal sexual conduct in the third degree. Due to the nature of the case, all parties have chosen to remain anonymous. Thanks to hard work and…

Irlbeck Settles Lollie Skyway Tasing Case with Saint Paul

Irlbeck Settles Lollie Skyway Tasing Case with Saint Paul

  • February 29th, 2016
  • Andrew Irlbeck, Lawyer, Chartered
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On February 11, 2016, after months of negotiations, Andrew Irlbeck and Chris Lollie walked out of the St. Paul Federal Courthouse with a $100,000.00 settlement agreement with the City of Saint Paul in Mr. Irlbeck’s briefcase. Chris Lollie filed his federal…

Irlbeck Settles “Takings” claims against Ramsey County for $792,000.

Irlbeck Settles “Takings” claims against Ramsey County for $792,000.

  • February 8th, 2016
  • Andrew Irlbeck, Lawyer, Chartered
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Last week, Andrew Irlbeck secured a great victory for his law firm and for the citizens of Ramsey County, Minnesota. In the matter of Anonymous Plaintiffs vs. Ramsey County et al., Mr. Irlbeck represented a group of Plaintiffs whose property and…

Controversy Regarding Man Tased & Arrested in Skyway Continues

Controversy Regarding Man Tased & Arrested in Skyway Continues

  • December 17th, 2015
  • Andrew Irlbeck, Lawyer, Chartered
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A man suing the city of St. Paul and three police officers wants the U.S. District Court to block evidence about the primary issue of the case. Which parts of the skyway are considered private space and which are considered public space?…

Public vs. Private Space Being Debated in St. Paul Arrest

Public vs. Private Space Being Debated in St. Paul Arrest

  • December 9th, 2015
  • Andrew Irlbeck, Lawyer, Chartered
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Note: Chris Lollie YouTube video includes expletives.  U.S. District Judge Susan Richard Nelson who’s presiding over an excessive-force lawsuit against St. Paul and three police officers said the officers who responded to a security guard’s report of an “uncooperative male in the…

Police & Protesters: Race Tensions Rise in Minneapolis [Update 11/24/15]

Police & Protesters: Race Tensions Rise in Minneapolis [Update 11/24/15]

  • November 19th, 2015
  • Andrew Irlbeck, Lawyer, Chartered
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[Article updated on 11/24/15 – to include the latest news: “Five people shot (on Monday, November 23) near Black Lives Matter protest site” – Minneapolis Star Tribune.] 2014 Mall of America Protest Charges Dropped – On November 11, 2015 in…

Barring High IQs for Cops Holds Up in Court of Appeals

  • September 22nd, 2015
  • Gabriel Wolski
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Robert Jordan, a man who was “too smart” to join the police force, lost an appeal in his federal lawsuit against the city on alleged discrimination. In 1996, Jordan’s bid to become a police officer was rejected in New London,…

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