MN Case Law for Bounty Hunting
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State v. Tapia, 468 N.W.2d 342 ( Minn. App. 1997)
In prosecution of bail bondsman for two counts of first-degree burglary, the District Court, Hennepin County , denied bondsman's motion to dismiss for lack of probable cause, and certified question. The Court of Appeals held that bail bondsman lacked authority to forcibly enter private dwelling of third party to arrest principal who had jumped bond on misdemeanor charge.
Minnesota Bail Laws