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DECISIONS OF THE COURT OF APPEALS
FILED MONDAY, DECEMBER 9, 2013
A12-2221 State of Minnesota, Respondent, vs. Kery Marie Pederson, Appellant
Clay County District Court, Hon. Steven J. Cahill.
A conviction of obstructing legal process under Minn. Stat. § 609.50, subd. 1(1) (2010) requires that a person's conduct obstructs or hinders the lawful execution of legal process or the apprehension of another person in connection with that process.
Affirmed in part, reversed in part, and remanded. Judge Natalie E. Hudson.
SPECIAL TERM OPINIONS
A13-1121 Daniel Peter Frisch, petitioner, Appellant, vs. State of Minnesota, Respondent.
Hubbard County District Court, Hon. Robert Tiffany.
Minnesota Rule of Criminal Procedure 28.02, subdivision 4(4), which permits this court to stay an appeal and remand a case to a district court for postconviction proceedings, does not apply to an appeal from the denial of a postconviction petition.
Motion denied. Judge Matthew E. Johnson.
A13-1720 State of Minnesota, Appellant, vs. Marcus DeAngelo McKinney, Respondent.
Ramsey County District Court, Hon. Joy Bartscher.
If the state files a sentencing appeal pursuant to rule 28.05 of the Minnesota Rules of Criminal Procedure, the state’s failure to serve the notice of appeal on the state public defender’s office in a timely manner requires dismissal of the appeal.
Motion granted. Judge Matthew E. Johnson.
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