|609B.050||DEFINITIONS; PURPOSE; CROSS-REFERENCES.|
|EMPLOYMENT AND LICENSING|
|609B.100||EMPLOYMENT AND OCCUPATIONAL LICENSING; GENERALLY.|
|609B.101||FALSE OR FRAUDULENT CLAIM TO LEGISLATURE; FORFEITURE OF OFFICE.|
|609B.102||SUBVERSIVE ACT; EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT EMPLOYMENT PROHIBITED.|
|609B.103||VIOLATION OF AQUATIC FARMS REGULATIONS; AQUATIC FARM OCCUPATIONAL LICENSE VOID.|
|609B.104||VIOLATION OF CERTIFIED SEED POTATO LAW; RIGHT TO HANDLE CERTIFIED SEED POTATOES REVOKED.|
|609B.105||VIOLATION OF CONTAINER LABEL INFORMATION LAWS; LICENSE REVOCATION.|
|609B.106||UNLICENSED OR IMPROPER EXHIBIT; REMOVAL FROM STATE FAIRGROUNDS.|
|609B.107||NONCOMPLIANCE; STATE CIVIL SERVICE EMPLOYMENT PROHIBITED.|
|609B.108||CRIMINAL CONDUCT; MUNICIPAL SERVICE EMPLOYMENT PROHIBITED.|
|609B.109||INSURANCE POLICY VIOLATIONS; INSURANCE BUSINESS DISQUALIFICATION.|
|609B.110||INSURANCE CONTRACTS; AGENT AND INSURANCE BUSINESS DISQUALIFICATION.|
|609B.111||LIFE INSURANCE POLICY MISREPRESENTATION; LICENSE REVOCATION.|
|609B.112||VIOLATION OF AQUATIC VEGETATION IN PUBLIC WATERS LICENSE; LICENSE VOID.|
|609B.113||MISREPRESENTATION OF FISH SPECIES CONVICTION; FISH VENDOR LICENSE REVOCATION.|
|609B.120||TEACHING; COLLATERAL SANCTIONS.|
|609B.121||CHILD ABUSE, SEXUAL ABUSE, OR SIMILAR CONVICTION; REVOCATION OR DENIAL OF TEACHER'S LICENSE.|
|609B.122||CHILD ABUSE, SEXUAL ABUSE, OR SIMILAR CONVICTION; CERTAIN TEACHERS DISCHARGED.|
|609B.123||SEX OFFENDER; INDEPENDENT DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD INELIGIBILITY.|
|NURSING AND OTHER HEALTH CARE LICENSES|
|609B.124||NURSING AND OTHER HEALTH CARE LICENSING; COLLATERAL SANCTIONS.|
|609B.125||NURSING HOME EMPLOYMENT; DISQUALIFICATION.|
|609B.126||NURSING HOME LICENSE; REVOCATION.|
|609B.127||HOME CARE EMPLOYMENT; DISQUALIFICATION.|
|609B.128||HOSPICE CARE EMPLOYMENT; DISQUALIFICATION.|
|609B.129||FELONY-LEVEL CRIMINAL SEXUAL CONDUCT CONVICTION; MEDICAL LICENSE DENIAL OR REVOCATION.|
|609B.130||PHARMACY LICENSE AND REGISTRATION; ELIGIBILITY.|
|609B.132||TRANSPORTATION; COLLATERAL SANCTIONS.|
|609B.133||PUBLIC CONTRACTS; ELIGIBILITY FOR PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION CONTRACTS.|
|609B.134||MOTOR VEHICLE DEALER VIOLATION; SUSPENSION OR REVOCATION OF DEALER LICENSE.|
|609B.135||FRAUD, MISREPRESENTATION, AND DELAY; REVOCATION OF INSURER'S LICENSE.|
|609B.136||VIOLATIONS BY BOILER INSPECTORS; REMOVAL FROM OFFICE.|
|609B.137||FRAUD OR FELONY CONVICTION; LICENSE REFUSAL, REVOCATION, OR SUSPENSION.|
|609B.139||ELECTIONS; COLLATERAL SANCTIONS.|
|609B.140||CONVICTION FOR FAILURE TO PROSECUTE; FORFEITURE OF OFFICE.|
|609B.141||CONVICTION FOR TREASON OR FELONY; INELIGIBILITY FOR BALLOT CERTIFICATION.|
|609B.142||CONVICTED SEX OFFENDER; SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER INELIGIBILITY.|
|609B.143||VIOLATION OF CAMPAIGN FINANCIAL REPORTS; FORFEITURE OF NOMINATION OR OFFICE.|
|609B.144||CONVICTION FOR VIOLATION OF CAMPAIGN FINANCIAL REPORTS; DISQUALIFICATION.|
|609B.146||CONVICTION FOR VIOLATION OF FAIR CAMPAIGN PRACTICES; DISQUALIFICATION.|
|609B.147||CARRIERS; COLLATERAL SANCTIONS.|
|609B.148||DRIVER'S LICENSE SUSPENSION OR CANCELLATION; DENIAL OF APPLICATION; INTERSTATE MOTOR CARRIER.|
|609B.149||CONVICTION OF BACKGROUND CHECK CRIME; PASSENGER CARRIER DISQUALIFICATION.|
|MISCELLANEOUS LICENSING PROVISIONS|
|609B.1495||MISCELLANEOUS LICENSING PROVISIONS; COLLATERAL SANCTIONS.|
|609B.150||RACETRACK OCCUPATIONAL LICENSES; INELIGIBILITY.|
|609B.151||HUMAN SERVICES LICENSE; DISQUALIFICATION FOR CONVICTION.|
|609B.152||CONVICTION FOR FAILURE TO COMPLY; TAX LEVY FOR SOCIAL SERVICES; REMOVAL FROM OFFICE.|
|609B.153||CIGARETTE AND TOBACCO DISTRIBUTOR OR SUBJOBBER LICENSE; SUSPENSION OR REVOCATION.|
|609B.155||RESIDENTIAL BUILDING MANAGER; BACKGROUND CHECK.|
|609B.157||GAMBLING DEVICES LICENSE; INELIGIBILITY.|
|609B.158||PETROLEUM DISCRIMINATION; REVOCATION OF PERMIT.|
|609B.159||PAWNBROKER LICENSE; INELIGIBILITY.|
|609B.160||PRIVATE DETECTIVE OR PROTECTIVE AGENT EMPLOYMENT; DISQUALIFICATION.|
|609B.161||PRIVATE DETECTIVE OR PROTECTIVE AGENT BUSINESS LICENSE; DISQUALIFICATION.|
|609B.162||ACTS PROHIBITED DURING LABOR DISPUTES, STRIKES, AND LOCKOUTS; SUSPENSION.|
|609B.163||[Repealed, 2008 c 210 s 9]|
|609B.164||INDIVIDUAL COLLECTOR REGISTRATION; PRIOR CONVICTIONS AS DISQUALIFICATION.|
|609B.1645||LIQUOR, GAMBLING, FIDUCIARY SERVICE AND PUBLIC OFFICE VACANCIES; COLLATERAL SANCTIONS.|
|609B.165||CONVICTION; RETAIL LIQUOR LICENSE INELIGIBILITY.|
|609B.168||FELONY CONVICTION AND VIOLATIONS OF CHAPTER 340A; CONSUMPTION AND DISPLAY PERMIT INELIGIBILITY.|
|609B.170||LAWFUL GAMBLING AND GAMBLING DEVICES LICENSES; DISQUALIFICATIONS.|
|609B.171||GAMBLING MANAGER'S LICENSE; DISQUALIFICATION.|
|609B.172||STATE LOTTERY EMPLOYMENT; INELIGIBILITY.|
|609B.173||STATE LOTTERY RETAILERS; DISQUALIFICATION.|
|609B.174||STATE LOTTERY RETAILERS; LICENSE CANCELLATION, SUSPENSION, AND REFUSAL TO RENEW CONTRACTS OR LOCATIONS.|
|609B.175||STATE LOTTERY VENDOR CONTRACTS; INELIGIBILITY.|
|FIDUCIARY SERVICE AND PUBLIC OFFICE VACANCIES|
|609B.176||INCUMBENT'S CONVICTION; VACATE OFFICE.|
|609B.177||FELONY CONVICTION; VIOLATION OF FEDERAL LAW; PROHIBITION FROM FIDUCIARY STATUS.|
|609B.179||LOCAL GOVERNMENT; COLLATERAL SANCTIONS.|
|609B.180||REMOVAL FROM OFFICE.|
|609B.181||TOWN TREASURER NEGLECT OF DUTY; FORFEITURE OF OFFICE.|
|609B.183||CONVICTION; ST. LOUIS COUNTY CIVIL SERVICE INELIGIBILITY.|
|609B.184||COUNTY AUDITOR'S MALFEASANCE; VACATE OFFICE.|
|609B.185||SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT EMPLOYMENT; DISQUALIFICATION.|
|609B.187||CONVICTION; POLICE DEPARTMENT SERVICE INELIGIBILITY.|
|609B.188||CONVICTION; FIRE DEPARTMENT SERVICE INELIGIBILITY.|
|609B.189||CONVICTION FOR CONFLICT OF INTEREST; DISQUALIFICATION FROM LOCAL TRANSIT COMMISSION.|
|METROPOLITAN AREA OFFICERS AND PEACE OFFICERS|
|609B.191||METROPOLITAN AREA OFFICERS AND PEACE OFFICERS.|
|609B.192||CONVICTION FOR ADVERSE INTEREST OF COMMISSIONER OF METROPOLITAN MOSQUITO CONTROL COMMISSION; DISQUALIFICATION FROM COMMISSION.|
|609B.193||BRIBERY CONVICTION; FORFEITURE OF OFFICE AND DISQUALIFICATION.|
|609B.194||FELONY CONVICTION; AUTOMATIC PEACE OFFICER LICENSE REVOCATION.|
|609B.195||CONVICTION FOR LOCKUP VIOLATIONS; DISQUALIFICATION FROM POSITION.|
|DRIVING AND MOTOR VEHICLES|
|609B.200||DRIVING AND MOTOR VEHICLES; GENERALLY.|
|609B.201||CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE OFFENSE; REVOCATION.|
|609B.202||CRIMINAL NEGLIGENCE; REVOCATION.|
|609B.203||FAILURE TO PRODUCE PROOF OF INSURANCE; REVOCATION.|
|609B.205||FLEEING PEACE OFFICER; REVOCATION.|
|609B.206||DWI CONVICTIONS; LICENSE REVOCATIONS.|
|609B.216||REVOCATION OF DRIVER'S LICENSES; OFFENSES.|
|609B.231||COMMERCIAL VEHICLE VIOLATIONS; REVOCATION.|
|609B.235||DRIVING AND LICENSE VIOLATIONS; PLATE IMPOUNDMENT.|
|609B.237||IMPOUNDING REGISTRATION PLATES.|
|609B.241||FAILURE TO PRODUCE PROOF OF INSURANCE; REVOCATION; REINSTATEMENT.|
|609B.255||SCHOOL BUS ENDORSEMENT OR PRIVILEGE TO OPERATE; CANCELLATION.|
|609B.262||INSTRUCTIONAL PERMIT ELIGIBILITY.|
|609B.263||PERSONS NOT ELIGIBLE FOR DRIVER'S LICENSES.|
|609B.265||PROVISIONAL LICENSE ELIGIBILITY.|
|609B.271||UNDERAGE DRINKING OFFENSE; REVOCATION.|
|609B.273||UNDERAGE DRINKING OFFENSE; SUSPENSION.|
|609B.275||COMMERCIAL DRIVER'S LICENSE; DISQUALIFICATION.|
|609B.277||ILLEGAL PURCHASE OF ALCOHOL OR TOBACCO; SUSPENSION.|
|PRISON PROGRAM ELIGIBILITY|
|609B.310||PRISON PROGRAM ELIGIBILITY; COLLATERAL SANCTIONS.|
|609B.311||MURDER CONVICTION; HIGHER EDUCATION PAYMENTS FOR PRISON INMATES LIMITED.|
|609B.312||CHALLENGE INCARCERATION PROGRAM; ELIGIBILITY.|
|609B.320||OFFENDER REGISTRATION; COLLATERAL SANCTIONS.|
|609B.321||CRIMINAL CONVICTION; PREDATORY OFFENDERS REGISTRATION REQUIRED.|
|CRIMES AGAINST A PERSON; CRIMES OF VIOLENCE|
|609B.330||CRIMES AGAINST A PERSON; CRIMES OF VIOLENCE; COLLATERAL SANCTIONS.|
|609B.331||CRIME AGAINST THE PERSON CONVICTION; PREDATORY OFFENDER REGISTRATION REQUIRED.|
|609B.332||CRIME OF VIOLENCE CONVICTION; USE OF POLICE COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT PROHIBITED.|
|609B.333||CRIME OF VIOLENCE CONVICTION; POSSESSION OF FIREARMS PROHIBITED.|
|POSSESSION OF FIREARMS, EXPLOSIVES, SIMILAR DEVICES|
|609B.340||POSSESSION OF FIREARMS, EXPLOSIVES, SIMILAR DEVICES.|
|609B.341||DOMESTIC ABUSE ACT; PISTOL POSSESSION PROHIBITION FOR REPEAT OFFENDERS.|
|609B.342||CRIMINAL CONVICTION; POSSESSION OF FIREARMS; PROHIBITION.|
|609B.343||CRIME OF VIOLENCE OR CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE CONVICTION; EXPLOSIVES LICENSE OR PERMIT PROHIBITED.|
|609B.344||RESTORATION OF CIVIL RIGHTS; POSSESSION OF EXPLOSIVE OR INCENDIARY DEVICES PROHIBITED.|
|609B.345||POSSESSION OF TEAR GAS, TEAR GAS COMPOUNDS, ELECTRONIC INCAPACITATION DEVICES; PROHIBITION.|
|SERVICES AND BENEFITS|
|609B.400||SERVICES AND BENEFITS; GENERALLY.|
|609B.405||CONVICTED CURRENTLY SERVING SENTENCE, ON PROBATION, OR ON PAROLE; INTERSTATE COMPACT FOR MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES CONTRACTS PROHIBITED.|
|609B.410||WRONGFULLY OBTAINED ASSISTANCE.|
|609B.415||PERSONAL CARE PROVIDER ORGANIZATIONS; BACKGROUND STUDIES; DISQUALIFICATION.|
|609B.425||DRUG OFFENSE; FLEEING FELONS; GENERAL ASSISTANCE BENEFITS; ELIGIBILITY.|
|609B.430||MEDICAL ASSISTANCE; INCARCERATION; ELIGIBILITY.|
|609B.435||DRUG AND OTHER OFFENDERS; MINNESOTA FAMILY INVESTMENT PROGRAM; SANCTIONS.|
|609B.445||CERTAIN CONVICTIONS; PROSPECTIVE ADOPTIVE PARENTS; DISQUALIFICATION.|
|609B.450||GASOLINE AND SPECIAL FUEL TAX REFUND SANCTIONS.|
|609B.455||PUBLIC PENSION; HOMICIDE; BENEFIT LOSS.|
|609B.460||FORMER MINNEAPOLIS POLICE RELIEF ASSOCIATION SERVICE PENSIONER; FELONS NOT ENTITLED TO PENSION DURING INCARCERATION.|
|609B.465||EFFECT OF HOMICIDE ON INTESTATE SUCCESSION, WILLS, JOINT TENANTS, LIFE INSURANCE.|
|609B.500||PROPERTY RIGHTS; GENERALLY.|
|609B.505||BURGLARY; CONFISCATION OF SNOWMOBILE.|
|609B.510||SEIZURE OF FIREARMS AND OTHER PROPERTY.|
|609B.515||DWI; VEHICLE FORFEITURE.|
|609B.518||GAME AND FISH VIOLATIONS; SEIZURE OF MOTOR VEHICLES AND BOATS.|
|609B.520||GAMBLING VIOLATIONS; ACTIVITIES RESTRICTED.|
|609B.525||CRUELTY TO ANIMALS; FORFEITURE OF ANIMALS.|
|609B.530||CRUELTY TO ANIMALS; JUDGMENT FOR EXPENSES OF INVESTIGATIONS.|
|609B.535||DANGEROUS ANIMALS VIOLATION; ANIMALS SEIZED AND DESTROYED.|
|609B.540||POSSESSION OR CONTROL OF OBSCENE MATERIAL; DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY.|
|609B.545||OWNERSHIP RESTRICTION ON ADULT BUSINESS ESTABLISHMENTS.|
|CIVIL RIGHTS AND REMEDIES|
|609B.600||CIVIL RIGHTS AND REMEDIES; GENERALLY.|
|609B.610||FELONY OR TREASON; INELIGIBLE TO VOTE.|
|609B.611||CRIME OF VIOLENCE; INELIGIBILITY TO POSSESS FIREARMS; RESTORATION OF CIVIL RIGHTS.|
|609B.612||FELONY CONVICTION; NAME CHANGES.|
|609B.613||FELONY CONVICTION; APPLICATION FOR MARRIAGE LICENSE; CHANGE OF NAME UPON MARRIAGE.|
|609B.614||CIVIL REMEDY FORFEITED; CONVICTED PROHIBITED FROM RECOVERING FOR INJURIES SUSTAINED DURING CRIMINAL ACT.|
|609B.615||COMMERCIAL PROFITING FROM CRIME PROHIBITED.|
|609B.700||RECREATIONAL ACTIVITIES; GENERALLY.|
|609B.710||YOUTH OPERATOR VIOLATIONS; WATERCRAFT OPERATOR'S PERMIT REVOCATION.|
|GAME AND FISH LAWS|
|609B.720||GAME AND FISH LAW; COLLATERAL SANCTIONS.|
|609B.721||CRIMINAL CONVICTIONS; VALIDITY AND ISSUANCE OF LICENSES UPON CONVICTION.|
|609B.722||LICENSE AGENT VIOLATIONS; FORFEITURE OF RIGHT TO SELL AND HANDLE LICENSES.|
|609B.723||HUNTING WHILE UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF ALCOHOL OR CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE; HUNTING LIMITATIONS.|
|609B.724||TRESPASSING; LICENSE AND REGISTRATION RESTRICTIONS.|
|609B.725||UNLAWFULLY BUYING OR SELLING WILD ANIMALS; LICENSE VOID.|
For purposes of this chapter:
(1) "automatically" means either by operation of law or by the mandated action of a designated official or agency; and
(2) "collateral sanction" means a legal penalty, disability, or disadvantage, however denominated, that is imposed on a person automatically when that person is convicted of or found to have committed a crime, even if the sanction is not included in the sentence. Collateral sanction does not include:
(i) a direct consequence of the crime such as a criminal fine, restitution, or incarceration; or
(ii) a requirement imposed by the sentencing court or other designated official or agency that the convicted person provide a biological specimen for DNA analysis, provide fingerprints, or submit to any form of assessment or testing.
This chapter contains cross-references to Minnesota Statutes imposing collateral sanctions. This chapter provides quick access to the cross-referenced collateral sanctions by using the following categories:
(1) collateral sanctions relating to employment and licensing;
(2) collateral sanctions relating to teaching;
(3) collateral sanctions relating to nursing and other health care licenses;
(4) collateral sanctions relating to transportation;
(5) collateral sanctions relating to elections;
(6) collateral sanctions relating to carriers;
(7) collateral sanctions relating to miscellaneous licensing provisions;
(8) collateral sanctions relating to liquor;
(9) collateral sanctions relating to gambling;
(10) collateral sanctions relating to fiduciary service and public office vacancies;
(11) collateral sanctions relating to local government;
(12) collateral sanctions relating to metropolitan area officers and peace officers;
(13) collateral sanctions relating to driving and motor vehicles;
(14) collateral sanctions relating to prison program eligibility;
(15) collateral sanctions relating to offender registration;
(16) collateral sanctions relating to crimes against a person; crimes of violence;
(17) collateral sanctions relating to possession of firearms, explosives, and similar devices;
(18) collateral sanctions relating to services and benefits;
(19) collateral sanctions relating to property rights;
(20) collateral sanctions relating to civil rights and remedies;
(21) collateral sanctions relating to recreational activities; and
(22) collateral sanctions relating to game and fish laws.
The following cautionary language should be noted:
(1) the list of collateral sanctions laws contained in this chapter is intended to be comprehensive but is not necessarily complete;
(2) the inclusion or exclusion of a collateral sanction in this chapter is not intended to have any substantive legal effect;
(3) the cross-references used in this chapter are intended solely to indicate the contents of the cross-referenced section or subdivision and are not part of the cross-referenced statute;
(4) the cross-references are not substantive and may not be used to construe or limit the meaning of any statutory language; and
(5) users must consult the language of each cross-referenced law to fully understand the scope and effect of the collateral sanction it imposes.
Sections 609B.101 to 609B.113 provide references to collateral sanctions related to employment and licensing.
A state officer convicted of violating section 3.756 forfeits the state office.
Section 12.43 prohibits a person from employment with an emergency management organization who has been convicted of a subversive act against the United States.
A conviction for a violation of an aquatic farm law or rule will result in an aquatic farm license of the violator being voided under certain circumstances provided in section 17.4998.
Section 21.122 requires the commissioner of agriculture to refuse the privilege of handling certified seed potatoes in any way during the season in which a person is convicted for a second offense under sections 21.111 to 21.122.
Section 32.645 requires the commissioner of agriculture to revoke or withhold issuing any license required under sections 28A.04, 28A.14, 32.56, and 32.59 to a person convicted of a subsequent offense under section 32.645.
(a) If a person is convicted under section 37.18, the person's license shall be suspended, and all money paid in connection with a performance or exhibit shall be forfeited to the Minnesota State Agricultural Society.
(b) A person engaging in a play, game, concert, or theatrical or other performance, or exhibiting a show of any kind on the State Fairgrounds without a license from the society must be removed from the State Fairgrounds.
Under section 43A.39, a person convicted of a crime based on violations of chapter 43A shall be ineligible for appointment in the civil service for three years following conviction.
Section 44.11 requires the municipal personnel board to reject candidates or eligible persons who have been found guilty of criminal conduct.
Section 72A.02 disqualifies a company, which has more than one conviction for making, issuing, delivering, or tendering any policy of insurance of any kind in violation of any provision of law, from conducting any insurance business until payment of all fines and for one year thereafter.
Upon conviction for a violation under sections 60K.30 to 60K.56, the commissioner of commerce shall suspend the authority of a convicted agent to transact any insurance business within the state for a period of not less than three months under section 72A.07.
The license of any company that authorizes or permits a violation of section 72A.12, subdivision 2, shall be revoked. Upon a conviction under section 72A.12, subdivision 3, the commissioner of commerce shall revoke the license of a company and its agents, and grant no new license within one year after the conviction.
If a person is convicted of violating section 84.42 for the second time within three years, that person's license issued under section 84.091 shall become null and void, and no license of the same kind shall be issued for one year after the date of the conviction.
If a licensed fish vendor or an employee of the fish vendor is convicted of misrepresenting a species of fish that is sold, the license shall be revoked and the licensee is not eligible to obtain a fish vendor's license for one year after revocation under section 97C.861.
Sections 609B.121 to 609B.123 provide references to teaching related collateral sanctions.
Under section 122A.20 or any similar law of another state or the United States, a person convicted of child abuse or sexual abuse, using minors in a sexual performance, or possessing pornographic works involving a minor shall have the person's teaching license revoked.
Upon receipt of notice that the teacher's license has been revoked due to a conviction for child abuse or sexual abuse under section 122A.20, a teacher under contract either as a probationary teacher or a continuing-contract teacher under section 122A.40 or 122A.41 must be discharged.
Under section 123B.09, a sex offender who has been convicted of an offense for which registration is required under section 243.166 is ineligible to become a candidate for the office of school board member.
Sections 609B.125 to 609B.130 provide references to nursing and other health care licensing-related collateral sanctions.
A person who was a controlling person of another nursing home during any period of time in the previous two-year period, as defined by law, and was convicted of a felony or gross misdemeanor that relates to operation of the nursing home or directly affects resident safety or care during that period is disqualified from becoming a controlling person of a nursing home under section 144A.04.
Under section 144A.11, subdivision 3a, a nursing home license shall be revoked if a controlling person is convicted of a felony or gross misdemeanor that relates to operation of the nursing home or directly affects resident safety or care.
Under section 144A.46:
(1) no person may be involved in the management, operation, or control of a home care provider if the person has been disqualified under the provisions of chapter 245C; and
(2) employees, contractors, and volunteers of a home care provider or hospice with prior criminal convictions shall be disqualified under the provisions of chapter 245C.
Under section 144A.754:
(1) no person may be involved in the management, operation, or control of a hospice provider if the person has been disqualified under the provisions of chapter 245C; and
(2) employees, contractors, and volunteers of a hospice provider with prior criminal convictions shall be disqualified under the provisions of chapter 245C.
Under section 147.091, subdivision 1a, the Board of Medical Practice may not grant a license to practice medicine to a person convicted of a felony-level criminal sexual conduct offense, and a license to practice medicine is automatically revoked if the licensee is convicted of a felony-level criminal sexual conduct offense.
Under section 151.06, the Board of Pharmacy shall deny, suspend, revoke, or refuse to renew any registration or license required under chapter 151 to any applicant, registrant, or licensee upon any of the following grounds:
(1) in the case of a pharmacist, conviction in any court of a felony;
(2) in the case of a pharmacist, conviction in any court of an offense involving moral turpitude;
(3) conviction of theft of drugs, or the unauthorized use, possession, or sale thereof; or
(4) in the case of a pharmacist, aiding suicide or aiding attempted suicide, as established by a copy of the record of criminal conviction or plea of guilty for a felony in violation of section 609.215, subdivision 1 or 2.
Sections 609B.133 to 609B.137 provide references to collateral sanctions related to transportation.
Under section 161.315, a contractor and the contractor's affiliates convicted of a contract crime are disqualified from receiving the award of a state contract or from serving as a subcontractor or material supplier under a state contract.
Under section 168.276, the registrar of motor vehicles shall suspend for a period of 30 days a person's license for the sale of new or used motor vehicles upon the receipt of a second record of conviction for a violation of section 168.27, and upon receipt of a third record of conviction, the person's license shall be permanently revoked.
Under section 176.195, the commissioner of commerce shall revoke the license of an insurer to write workers' compensation insurance, if the insurer, or an agent of the insurer, has been found guilty of fraud, misrepresentation, or culpable, persistent, and unreasonable delay in making payments or settlements under chapter 176.
An inspector found guilty of a misdemeanor under section 326B.992 shall be removed from office.
Under section 184.33, no agency license shall be issued to any person, firm, corporation, or association that has, within the past three years, been convicted in any court of fraud or a felony.
Sections 609B.140 to 609B.146 provide references to collateral sanctions related to elections.
A county attorney convicted of a misdemeanor under section 201.275 shall forfeit office.
If a person is convicted of a felony or treason and has not had the person's civil rights restored, under section 204B.10 the person's name shall not be certified to be placed on a ballot.
Under section 205A.06, subdivision 1b, a person convicted of an offense for which registration is required under section 243.166 is ineligible to become a candidate for the office of school board member and may not file an affidavit of candidacy for that office. Ineligibility is determined by registration requirements in effect at the time the offender files for office.
If a candidate is convicted of a campaign violation under section 211A.09, the court shall declare that the candidate has forfeited nomination or office.
A person convicted of violating chapter 211A or a person whose election to office has been set aside for violating chapter 211A may not be appointed to fill a vacancy in the office under section 211A.10.
A person convicted of violating chapter 211B or a person whose election to office has been set aside for violating chapter 211B may not be appointed to fill a vacancy in the office under section 211B.18.
Sections 609B.148 and 609B.149 provide references to collateral sanctions related to carriers.
Under section 221.0314, subdivision 3a, paragraph (e), the commissioner of transportation shall deny an application if, during the three years preceding the application, the applicant's driver's license has been suspended, canceled, or revoked or the applicant has been convicted of a disqualifying offense as defined in Code of Federal Regulations, title 49, section 383.51, paragraph (b)(2).
If the background check response required under section 221.178 shows that the driver has been convicted of a background check crime defined in section 299C.67, subdivision 2, paragraph (a) or (b), the driver may not be employed by a motor carrier of passengers to operate a vehicle providing passenger transportation.
Sections 609B.150 to 609B.164 provide references related to miscellaneous licensing provisions.
A person convicted of a felony; fraud or misrepresentation in connection with racing or breeding; or a violation of law or rule relating to horse racing, pari-mutuel betting, or any other form of gambling that is a serious violation as defined by the Minnesota Racing Commission's rules, is ineligible for a class C occupational license under section 240.08.
Under section 245A.04, the commissioner of human services shall not issue a license if the applicant, license holder, or controlling individual has been disqualified and the disqualification was not set aside. Disqualifications under section 245A.04 are governed according to sections 245C.14 and 245C.15. Convictions resulting in human services license disqualification are enumerated under section 245C.15.
Any county commissioner convicted under section 261.063 shall be immediately removed from office by the governor.
Under section 297F.04, the commissioner of revenue must not issue or renew a license issued under chapter 297F, and may revoke a license issued under chapter 297F, if the applicant has been convicted of a crime involving cigarettes.
Under section 299C.69, an owner of a residential building may not hire a person as a residential building manager or, if the person was hired pending completion of the background check, shall terminate the person's employment if a residential building manager or a person applying for a position as a residential building manager is convicted of a background check crime defined in section 299C.67, subdivision 2, paragraph (a). Except as provided under section 299C.69, paragraph (c), if the owner knows that a residential building manager has been convicted of a background check crime defined in section 299C.67, subdivision 2, paragraph (a), the owner shall terminate the manager's employment. For background check crimes defined in section 299C.67, subdivision 2, paragraph (a), the owner may not employ a manager unless more than ten years have elapsed since the date of discharge of the sentence, except as provided under section 299C.69, paragraph (c).
Under section 299L.07, the commissioner of public safety may not issue or renew a license under chapter 299L, and shall revoke a license under chapter 299L, if the applicant or licensee, or a director, officer, partner, governor, person in a supervisory or management position of the applicant or licensee, an employee eligible to make sales on behalf of the applicant or licensee, or a direct or indirect holder of more than a five percent financial interest in the applicant or licensee has been convicted of:
(1) a felony;
(2) a crime involving gambling;
(4) a criminal violation involving the use of a firearm; or
(5) making terroristic threats.
Under section 325D.67, if a person or firm is convicted of a petroleum discrimination violation, the attorney general shall see to it that the corporation's permit to do business is revoked.
A person convicted of a crime directly related to a pawnbroker licensed as prescribed by section 364.03, subdivision 2, is not eligible to maintain or receive a pawnbroker license under section 325J.03 unless the person has shown competent evidence of sufficient rehabilitation and present fitness to perform the duties of a licensee under chapter 325J as prescribed by section 364.03, subdivision 3.
Under section 326.336, a private detective or protective agent license holder shall immediately dismiss an employee who has been convicted of a felony or any offense listed in section 326.3381, subdivision 3, other than a misdemeanor or gross misdemeanor assault.
Under section 326.3381, a person is disqualified from holding a private detective or protective agent business license if that person has been convicted of:
(1) a felony by the courts of this or any other state or of the United States;
(2) acts which, if committed in Minnesota, would be criminal sexual conduct; assault; theft; larceny; burglary; robbery; unlawful entry; extortion; defamation; buying or receiving stolen property; using, possessing, manufacturing, or carrying weapons unlawfully; using, possessing, or carrying burglary tools unlawfully; escape; or possession, production, sale, or distribution of narcotics unlawfully; or
(3) acts in any other country which, if committed in Minnesota, would be a felony or considered as any of the other offenses listed in clause (2) and for which a full pardon or similar relief has not been granted.
The license of a person convicted of violating section 326.3384 shall be suspended for the periods described under section 326.3384, subdivision 2, paragraph (c).
Under section 332.35, a license shall not be issued to, and registration shall not be accepted for, any person, firm, corporation, or association, or any officers, which, within the past five years, have been convicted in any court of fraud or any felony.
Sections 609B.165 to 609B.177 provide references to liquor, gambling, and fiduciary service and public office vacancies collateral sanctions.
Under section 340A.402, no new retail license may be issued to a person who, within five years of the license application, has been convicted of a felony or a willful violation of a federal or state law or local ordinance governing the manufacture, sale, distribution, or possession for sale or distribution of an alcoholic beverage.
Under section 340A.414, the commissioner of public safety may not issue a permit to an applicant who has, within five years prior to the application, been convicted of a felony or of violating any provision of chapter 340A or rules adopted under chapter 340A.
(a) Under section 349.155, in the case of licenses for manufacturers, distributors, distributor salespersons, linked bingo game providers, and gambling managers, the Gambling Control Board may not issue or renew a license under chapter 349, and shall revoke a license under chapter 349, if the applicant or licensee, or a director, officer, partner, governor, or person in a supervisory or management position of the applicant or licensee has been convicted of:
(1) a felony or a crime involving gambling;
(3) a criminal violation involving the use of a firearm; or
(4) making terroristic threats.
(b) Under section 349.155, in the case of licenses for organizations, the Gambling Control Board may not issue or renew a license under chapter 349, and shall revoke a license under chapter 349, if the organization or an officer or member of the governing body of the organization has been convicted of:
(1) a felony or gross misdemeanor involving theft or fraud; or
(2) a crime involving gambling.
Under section 349.167, the Gambling Control Board may not issue a gambling manager's license to a person applying for the license who has been convicted of a criminal violation involving fraud, theft, tax evasion, misrepresentation, or gambling.
Under section 349A.02, no person may be employed by the State Lottery who has been convicted of a felony or a crime involving fraud or misrepresentation within five years of starting employment with the State Lottery, or has been convicted of a gambling-related offense.
Under section 349A.06, subdivision 2, the director of the State Lottery may not contract with a retailer who has been convicted within the previous five years of a felony or gross misdemeanor, any crime involving fraud or misrepresentation, or a gambling-related offense.
Under section 349A.06, subdivision 11, the director of the State Lottery shall cancel the contract of any lottery retailer who has been convicted of a felony or gross misdemeanor or prohibit a lottery retailer who has been convicted of a felony or gross misdemeanor from selling lottery tickets at a business location.
Under section 349A.07, the director of the State Lottery may not enter into a lottery procurement contract with an applicant who has been convicted of a felony within the last ten years, has been convicted of a gross misdemeanor or gambling-related misdemeanor within the last five years, or has been found guilty of any crime involving fraud or misrepresentation within the last five years.
Under section 351.02, a public office shall become vacant following the incumbent's conviction of a crime or an offense involving a violation of the official oath.
Under section 356A.03, a person, other than a constitutional officer of the state, who has been convicted of a violation under section 356A.03, subdivision 3, may not serve in a fiduciary capacity identified in section 356A.02.
Sections 609B.180 to 609B.189 provide references to collateral sanctions related to local government.
A person convicted of violating section 365.37, a provision regulating bid requirements of towns, must leave office.
A town treasurer convicted under section 367.17 for refusing or neglecting to comply with section 367.16 shall forfeit office as treasurer.
A conviction under section 383C.055 shall render the public office or position held by the convicted person vacant.
Under section 384.03, if the county auditor is convicted on any neglect of duty or offense charge related to office, the office shall be deemed vacant.
A person who has been found guilty of criminal conduct is ineligible for employment as a sheriff under section 387.36.
Under section 419.06, a candidate or eligible person who, after the entry of the eligible person's name, has been found guilty of criminal conduct shall be rejected from police department employment.
Under section 420.07, a candidate or eligible person who, after the entry of the eligible person's name, has been found guilty of criminal conduct shall be rejected from fire department employment.
A person convicted of violating section 458A.02 shall be automatically removed from a position with the St. Cloud Metropolitan Transit Commission and shall be disqualified from holding the position.
Sections 609B.192 to 609B.195 provide references to metropolitan area officers and peace officers related to collateral sanctions.
A commissioner of the Metropolitan Mosquito Control Commission convicted of violating section 473.706 shall be automatically disqualified from further service on the commission.
Under section 609.42, subdivision 2, a public officer convicted of violating or attempting to violate section 609.42, subdivision 1, shall forfeit the office and be disqualified from holding public office.
Under section 626.8431, the license of a peace officer convicted of a felony is automatically revoked.
A person convicted of violating section 642.13 is disqualified from holding the office of sheriff, jailer, police officer, marshal, or keeper of any jail or lockup for a period of six years.
Sections 609B.201 to 609B.277 provide references to collateral sanctions related to driving and motor vehicles.
(a) If a court determines under section 152.0271 that a person convicted of a controlled substance offense under sections 152.021 to 152.027 committed the crime while driving a motor vehicle, the court must notify the commissioner of public safety and order the commissioner to revoke the license for 30 days.
(b) A person's driver's license is revoked under section 171.172 if that person is convicted or adjudicated for a controlled substance offense under chapter 152.
A person's driver's license is revoked under section 169.11 if that person is convicted of criminal operation of a motor vehicle resulting in the death of a human being.
(a) A person's driver's license is revoked under section 169.792, subdivision 7, if that person, whether a driver or motor vehicle owner, fails to provide proof of insurance under the requirements of section 169.172.
(b) If a person whose driver's license has been revoked under the circumstances specified in paragraph (a) is also the owner of the motor vehicle, the motor vehicle registration is also revoked under section 169.172, subdivision 12.
(c) A person, an owner, or, in certain circumstances, a driver, who operates a motor vehicle upon a public highway, road, or street, fails to have vehicle insurance, and contributes to a vehicle accident resulting in death or substantial bodily harm, is subject to revocation under section 169.797, subdivision 4, paragraph (c), for not more than 12 months.
A person's driver's license is revoked under section 171.174 if that person is convicted of fleeing a peace officer under section 609.487, subdivision 3 or 4. The periods of revocation vary depending upon the offense of conviction and whether the offense of conviction is a second or subsequent offense.
The collateral sanctions discussed in this section are codified in section 169A.54.
(a) A person's driver's license must be revoked for the following time periods if the person is convicted under section 169A.20:
(1) for an offense under section 169A.20, subdivision 1: not less than 30 days;
(2) for an offense under section 169A.20, subdivision 2: not less than 90 days;
(3) for an offense occurring within ten years of a qualified prior impaired driving incident:
(i) if the current conviction is for a violation of section 169A.20, subdivision 1, not less than 180 days; or
(ii) if the current conviction is for a violation of section 169A.20, subdivision 2, not less than one year;
(4) for an offense occurring within ten years of two qualified prior impaired driving incidents: not less than one year, together with denial; and
(5) for an offense occurring within ten years of the first of three or more qualified prior impaired driving incidents: not less than two years, together with denial.
(b) If a person is convicted of violating section 169A.20 while under the age of 21, the commissioner of public safety shall revoke the offender's driver's license for a period of six months, or for the appropriate period of time under paragraph (a), clauses (1) to (5), for the offense committed, whichever is the greatest period.
Under section 171.17, the Department of Public Safety is required to revoke a person's driver's license upon receiving a record of the driver's conviction of any offense specified in subdivision 1, paragraph (a), clauses (1) to (10).
The collateral sanctions discussed in this section are codified in section 168.013.
(a) In addition to criminal penalties, a person driving commercial vehicles with an excess of gross weight is subject under section 168.013, subdivision 3, paragraph (d), under certain circumstances, to cancellation of the certificate of registration and impoundment of registration plates.
(b) A person operating a commercial motor vehicle who commits a specified first or second driving offense, a defined serious traffic violation, a violation of an out-of-service order, or a railroad grade crossing violation is disqualified under section 171.17 from operating a commercial motor vehicle for varying periods depending upon the offense committed as set forth in section 171.17, subdivision 1.
The collateral sanctions found in this section are codified in section 169A.60.
When a person is arrested for or charged with a plate impoundment violation, the commissioner of public safety may issue an impoundment order. Under section 169A.60, subdivision 1, paragraph (d), "plate impoundment violation" includes:
(1) a violation of section 169A.20 or 169A.52 resulting in revocation of a person's driver's license within ten years of a qualified prior impaired driving incident;
(2) a license disqualification under section 171.165 resulting from violation of section 169A.52 within ten years of a qualified prior impaired driving incident;
(3) a violation of section 169A.20 or 169A.52 while having an alcohol concentration of 0.20 percent or more measured at the time or within two hours of the time of offense;
(4) a violation of section 169A.20 or 169A.52 while having a child under the age of 16 in the vehicle if the child is more than 36 months younger than the offender; or
(5) a violation of section 171.241 by a person whose driver's license has been canceled under section 171.04, subdivision 1, clause (10), inimical to public safety.
The collateral sanctions discussed in this section are codified in section 168.041.
A person convicted of driving a self-propelled motor vehicle after suspension, revocation, or cancellation of the person's driver's license shall have the registration plates impounded under section 168.041, subdivision 1.
If a person is convicted of a moving violation and has a previous conviction, the court may order the commissioner of public safety to suspend the person's driver's license for a period not exceeding one year under section 168.041, subdivision 2.
The collateral sanctions discussed in this section are codified in section 171.29.
A person whose license has been revoked under sections 169.791, 169.792, 169.797, 169A.52, and 171.17 must successfully pass an examination required by the commissioner of safety to be issued another license.
A person whose license has been revoked under sections 169A.52, 169A.54, and 609.21 must pay varying fees and surcharges for driver's license reinstatement.
The collateral sanctions discussed in this section are codified in section 171.30.
A person whose license has been suspended under section 171.173, 171.18, or 171.186, or revoked under section 169.792, 169.797, 169A.52, 169A.54, 171.17, or 171.172, must satisfy certain conditions set forth in section 171.30, subdivision 1, to acquire a limited license.
Section 171.30, subdivisions 2, 2a, 2b, and 2c, set forth varying waiting periods for revocations under specified statutes.
If a school bus driver is convicted of a disqualifying offense, as defined under section 171.3215, subdivision 1, the commissioner of public safety shall permanently cancel the offender's endorsement to drive a school bus.
(a) A school bus driver's endorsement shall be canceled for five years under section 171.3215, subdivision 2, for a conviction under section 169A.20 or for a revocation of a school bus driver's license under section 169A.52.
(b) If a school bus driver has certain multiple convictions, under varying circumstances, that driver's endorsement shall be canceled for five years as set forth in section 171.3215, subdivision 2.
If a Head Start bus driver is convicted of certain crimes against a minor, that driver's passenger endorsement shall be permanently canceled under section 171.3215, subdivision 3. "Crimes against a minor" is defined in section 171.3215, subdivision 3. "Head Start bus driver" is defined in section 171.3215, subdivision 1.
Applicants having been convicted of certain offenses are required to satisfy additional conditions in seeking renewal or issuance of a bus driver's endorsements under section 171.3215, subdivision 3.
Under section 171.3215, subdivision 4, the commissioner of public safety may waive the permanent cancellation requirement for specified crimes.
A person who is under 18 years of age shall not be issued a permit under section 171.05, subdivision 1a, if the person has been convicted of a violation of section 169A.20, 169A.33, 169A.35, or sections 169A.50 to 169A.53, or a crash-related moving violation.
A permit holder must maintain a driving record free of convictions for moving violations, as defined in section 171.04, subdivision 1, and free of convictions of the offenses specified in section 171.05, subdivision 2b.
A person applying for a license must, under section 171.04, subdivision 1, for 12 months consecutive preceding application, while holding a provisional license, have incurred no convictions for a violation of section 169A.20, 169A.33, 169A.35, or sections 169A.50 to 169A.53, no convictions for a crash-related moving violation, or not more than one conviction for a moving violation that is not crash related. "Moving violation" means a violation of a traffic violation but does not include a parking violation or warning citation.
Section 171.04, subdivision 1, clauses (2) to (14), set forth further eligibility criteria, including categories of ineligible persons.
A person applying for a provisional license must, under section 171.055, subdivision 1, paragraph (a), clause (2), for six months immediately preceding application for the provisional license, have possessed an instruction permit and have incurred no convictions for a violation of section 169A.20, 169A.33, 169A.35, or sections 169A.50 to 169A.53, no convictions for a crash-related moving violation, and no convictions for a moving violation that is not crash related.
Under section 171.055, subdivision 2, paragraph (b), if a holder of a provisional license during the period of provisional licensing incurs a conviction of an offense specified in that paragraph, then that person may not be issued a driver's license until 12 consecutive months have expired since the date of the conviction or until the person reaches the age of 18 years, whichever occurs first.
(a) A person's driver's license is revoked for 30 days if the person is under the age of 21 and convicted of driving, operating, or controlling a motor vehicle while consuming alcoholic beverages in violation of section 169A.33.
(b) A person's driver's license is revoked for 180 days if the person has previously been convicted of driving, operating, or controlling a motor vehicle while under the age of 21 while consuming alcoholic beverages as described in paragraph (a) and is convicted again.
Under section 171.173, a person convicted of or a juvenile adjudicated for an underage drinking offense under section 340A.503, subdivision 1, paragraph (a), shall have the person's license suspended if the commissioner of public safety has been notified by the court of a 30-day or 180-day suspension under section 169A.33, subdivision 4.
A person is disqualified from operating a commercial motor vehicle in accordance with the driver disqualifications and penalties in Code of Federal Regulations, title 49, part 383, subpart D, and Code of Federal Regulations, title 49, section 384.219.
A person is disqualified from operating a commercial motor vehicle in accordance with the driver disqualifications and penalties in Code of Federal Regulations, title 49, part 383, subpart D.
A person's driver's license is suspended for 90 days for various selling and purchasing alcohol or tobacco offenses as set forth in section 171.171.
For purposes of sections 609B.310 to 609B.312, with respect to persons convicted of a crime, "committed" means committed to the custody of the commissioner of corrections.
Sections 609B.311 and 609B.312 provide references to collateral sanctions related to prison program eligibility.
Section 241.265 prohibits the commissioner of corrections from paying for certain higher education programs for an inmate convicted of first- or second-degree murder.
Under section 244.17, offenders committed for a conviction listed in section 244.17, subdivision 3, clause (1), or persons convicted within the preceding ten years of an offense listed in that section and committed for some other offense, are not eligible to be placed in the challenge incarceration program.
Section 609B.321 provides references to collateral sanctions related to offender registration.
A person must register as a predatory offender under section 243.166 for convictions of crimes listed under section 243.166, subdivision 1b.
Sections 609B.331 to 609B.333 provide references to collateral sanctions related to crimes against persons and crimes of violence.
A person convicted of a crime against the person as defined in section 243.167, subdivision 1, and meeting the conditions listed under section 243.167, subdivision 2, is required to register as a predatory offender under section 243.166.
A person convicted of a crime of violence, as defined in section 624.712, subdivision 5, is not entitled to exercise the privilege granted under section 299C.37, subdivision 1, unless ten years have elapsed since the person has been restored to civil rights or the sentence has expired, whichever occurs first, and during that time the person has not been convicted of any other crime of violence, as defined under section 299C.37, subdivision 1.
Under section 609.165, subdivision 1a, a person convicted of a crime of violence is not entitled to ship, transport, possess, or receive a firearm for the remainder of the person's lifetime, even after the person's civil rights have been restored.
Sections 609B.341 to 609B.345 provide references to collateral sanctions related to possession of firearms, explosives, and similar devices.
If convicted under section 518B.01, subdivision 14, paragraph (b) or (c), a person meeting the conditions set forth in section 518B.01, subdivision 14, paragraph (l), is not entitled to possess a pistol. Property rights may not be abated but access may be restricted by the courts.
Section 624.713 determines the conditions and circumstances under which a person convicted of a crime is prohibited from the possession of a pistol or semiautomatic military-style weapon.
Under section 299F.77, the following are not entitled to receive an explosives license or permit:
(1) a person convicted of a crime of violence, as defined in section 299F.72, unless ten years have elapsed since the person's civil rights have been restored or the sentence has expired, whichever occurs first, and during that time the person has not been convicted of any other crime of violence; and
(2) a person convicted of use, possession, or sale of a controlled substance other than conviction for possession of a small amount of marijuana, as defined in sections 152.01 and 152.02.
Section 609.668 prohibits a person from having possession of explosive or incendiary devices if the person was convicted of:
(1) a crime of violence and ten years have not elapsed since civil rights have been restored; and
(2) unlawful use, possession, or sale of a controlled substance, other than conviction for possession of a small amount of marijuana.
Section 624.731, subdivision 3, prohibits a person who is prohibited from possessing a pistol pursuant to section 624.713, subdivision 1, clauses (2) to (5), from possession of tear gas, tear gas compounds, and electronic incapacitation devices.
Sections 609B.405 to 609B.465 provide references to collateral sanctions related to services and benefits.
Under section 245.50, a county board or the commissioner of human services may not contract under the Interstate Compact for Mental Health Services with a bordering state for mental health services for persons on probation or parole, or who are serving a sentence after conviction for a criminal offense.
The amount of assistance determined to be obtained in violation of section 256.98, paragraph (a), clauses (1) to (3), is recoverable from specified persons who wrongfully obtained assistance.
A person who is an owner or a managerial official of a personal care provider organization is subject to a human services background study under chapter 245C and may be disqualified from providing home care services if that person is found to have been convicted of felonies specified in chapter 245C.
The collateral sanctions discussed in this section are codified in section 256D.024.
(a) A person convicted of a drug offense after July 1, 1997, is ineligible for general assistance benefits, general assistance medical care, and supplemental security income under chapter 256D until:
(1) five years after completing the terms of a court-ordered sentence; or
(2) unless the person is participating in a drug treatment program, has successfully completed a program, or has been determined not to be in need of a drug treatment program.
(b) A person who becomes eligible for assistance under chapter 256D is subject to random drug testing and shall lose eligibility for benefits for five years beginning the month following:
(1) any positive test for an illegal controlled substance; or
(2) discharge of sentence for conviction of another drug felony.
(c) Parole violators and fleeing felons are ineligible for benefits and persons fraudulently misrepresenting eligibility are also ineligible to receive benefits for ten years.
A person who is enrolled in medical assistance and incarcerated for less than 12 months is suspended from the program under section 256B.055, subdivision 14, paragraph (b), from the time of incarceration until release.
The collateral sanctions discussed in this section are codified in section 256J.26.
A person who is an applicant for benefits from the Minnesota family investment program or MFIP, the vehicle for temporary assistance for needy families or TANF, and who has been convicted of a drug offense shall be subject to certain conditions, including random drug testing, in order to receive MFIP benefits. Following any positive test for a controlled substance, the convicted applicant or participant is subject to the following sanctions:
(1) a first time drug test failure results in a reduction of benefits in an amount equal to 30 percent of the MFIP standard of need; and
(2) a second time drug test failure results in permanent disqualification from receiving MFIP assistance.
A similar disqualification sequence occurs if the applicant is receiving food stamps.
(a) An individual violating a condition of probation, parole, or supervised release is disqualified from receiving MFIP.
(b) An individual who is fleeing to avoid prosecution, custody, or confinement after conviction of a felony crime is disqualified from receiving MFIP.
(c) An individual who fraudulently misrepresents the individual's place of residence in order to receive assistance simultaneously from two or more states is disqualified from receiving MFIP for ten years.
Under section 259A.10, subdivision 4, a disqualifying condition for adoption exists if a criminal background check reveals a felony conviction for child or spousal abuse; for a crime against children; for a crime involving violence, including rape, sexual assault, or homicide; or for a felony conviction within the past five years for physical assault, battery, or a drug-related offense.
Under sections 296A.16 and 296A.23, a person who makes a false claim for a fuel tax refund is guilty of a felony and, if convicted, shall be prohibited from filing for a refund upon gasoline purchased within six months after the conviction.
The collateral sanctions discussed in this section are codified in section 356.406.
A person charged with a felony causing the death of a public pension plan member has the entitlement to the pension suspended.
A person who is a survivor and convicted of a felony that caused the death of a public pension member forfeits the survivor pension benefit.
If pension benefits have already been paid, the chief administrative officer of the pension plan must attempt to recover amounts paid.
A person who is a member of the public employees police and fire retirement plan, who was a member of the former Minneapolis Police Relief Association, and who was convicted of a felony, is not entitled to a pension or an annuity from the public employee police and fire retirement plan during the person's period of incarceration in a penal institution.
The collateral sanctions discussed in this section are codified in section 524.2-803.
A surviving spouse, heir, or devisee who feloniously and intentionally kills the decedent is treated as if that person predeceased the decedent.
A joint tenant who feloniously and intentionally kills another joint tenant, thereby effects a severance of the interest so the property passes as the decedent's and the killer has no rights of survivorship.
A named beneficiary of a bond who feloniously and intentionally kills the principal obligee is not entitled to any benefit.
A named beneficiary of a life insurance policy who feloniously and intentionally kills the person upon whose life the policy is issued is not entitled to any benefit under the policy.
Sections 609B.505 to 609B.545 provide references to collateral sanctions related to property rights.
Under section 84.89, if a person is convicted of burglary, as defined in section 609.582, and uses a snowmobile for committing the crime, the snowmobile shall be seized. The snowmobile's seizure and use of the proceeds from a sale are governed by section 97A.225.
Under section 97A.223, a Department of Natural Resources enforcement officer must seize firearms possessed in violation of state or federal law and property described in section 97A.221, subdivision 1.
Under section 169A.63, a motor vehicle is subject to forfeiture if a driver is convicted of a "designated offense," as defined in section 169A.63, subdivision 1.
Section 169A.63, subdivision 7, specifies limitations on vehicle forfeiture. Section 169A.63, subdivisions 8 and 9, provide for administrative forfeiture procedure and judicial forfeiture procedure. Section 169A.63, subdivisions 10 and 11, provide for disposition of a forfeited vehicle.
The collateral sanctions discussed in this section are codified in section 97A.225.
A motor vehicle is subject to forfeiture if it is used to:
(1) shine wild animals (using artificial lights to hunt animals);
(2) transport big game animals illegally taken or fur-bearing animals illegally purchased; or
(3) transport minnows in violation of law.
Boats and motors are subject to forfeiture when they are used to:
(1) net fish on specified lakes;
(2) violate certain licensing or operating requirements; and
(3) take, possess, or transport wild animals.
Under section 299L.05, a person convicted of violating section 609.76, subdivision 1, clause (7), or 609.76, subdivision 2, is prohibited from having lawful gambling under chapter 349 conducted on the person's premises, or selling any lottery tickets under chapter 349A.
Under section 343.21, a person convicted of overworking or mistreating an animal is required to turn over other animals in control of the person unless the court determines the person is able and fit to provide adequately for the animals.
Under section 343.23, if a person is found guilty of cruelty to animals under chapter 343, the costs of investigation, disposing of animals, and any other expenses shall result in a judgment against the guilty person for all expenses.
Under section 609.227, if a person is convicted of a dangerous animal violation under section 609.205, clause (4); or 609.226, subdivision 1, 2, or 3, the animal shall be seized and killed, and the convicted owner shall pay the cost of confining and killing the animal.
A person convicted of possessing obscene books or other matter under sections 617.241 to 617.26 shall have the material seized and destroyed by court order under section 617.27.
Under section 617.242, a person convicted of a specified sex or other related crime may not operate or manage an adult entertainment establishment for three years after discharge of the sentence for the offense.
Sections 609B.610 to 609B.615 provide references to collateral sanctions related to civil rights and remedies.
An individual convicted of treason or any felony whose civil rights have not been restored is not eligible to vote under section 201.014.
(a) Under section 242.31, a person convicted of a crime of violence is not entitled to ship, transport, possess, or receive a firearm for the remainder of the person's lifetime, even after the person's civil rights have been restored, unless the exception under United States Code, title 18, section 925, or section 609.165, subdivision 1d, applies.
(b) Under section 609.165, subdivision 1a, a person convicted of a crime of violence is not entitled to ship, transport, possess, or receive a firearm for the remainder of the person's lifetime, even after the person's civil rights have been restored.
Under section 259.13, a person with a felony conviction is required to serve notice of application for a name change to the prosecuting authority that obtained the conviction, or if the conviction was from another state or federal jurisdiction, notice of application must also be served on the attorney general.
Section 517.08 states that: (1) a person with a felony conviction applying for a marriage license must provide to the county proof of service upon the prosecuting authority and, if applicable, the attorney general, as required by section 259.13; and (2) that a person with a felony conviction may not use a different surname after marriage except as authorized by section 259.13.
Under section 611A.08, a person convicted of a crime is barred from recovering for injuries sustained during the course of criminal conduct, as defined under section 611A.08, subdivision 1.
Section 611A.68 prohibits the commercial profiting from crime for ten years following conviction of a felony. If an offender is imprisoned following the conviction, the ten-year period begins on the date of the offender's release from prison.
Section 609B.710 provides references to collateral sanctions related to recreational activities.
An operator age 13 years of age or older but younger than 18 years of age adjudicated by a juvenile court as having violated section 86B.311, subdivision 1, 86B.341, or 169A.20, shall have the operator's permit revoked by the commissioner of natural resources.
A juvenile adjudicated of the offense listed in subdivision 1 shall be required to surrender the watercraft operator's permit, which shall be forwarded by the court to the commissioner of natural resources with a record of the adjudication.
Sections 609B.721 to 609B.725 provide references to collateral sanctions related to game and fish laws.
The collateral sanctions discussed in this section are codified in section 97A.421. That section governs the validity and issuance of game and fish licenses after a conviction.
(a) The annual license of a person convicted of a violation of the game and fish laws relating to the license or wild animals covered by the license is void under conditions set forth in section 97A.421, subdivision 1.
(b) Except for big game licenses and as otherwise provided for in section 97A.421, for one year after a conviction, the person may not obtain the kind of license or take wild animals under a lifetime license issued under section 97A.473 or 97A.474, relating to the game and fish law violation.
After being convicted of buying or selling game fish, big game, or small game and the total amount of the sale is $300 or more, a person may not obtain a license to take any wild animal or take wild animals under a lifetime license issued under section 97A.473 or 97A.474, for a period of three years.
(a) A person may not obtain a license to take a wild animal and is prohibited from taking wild animals for a period of five years after the date of conviction of a violation when:
(1) the restitution value of the wild animals is $5,000 or more; or
(2) the restitution value of the wild animals exceeds $500 and the violation occurs within ten years of one or more previous license revocations under section 97A.421, subdivision 2a. Multiple revocations shall be consecutive and no wild animals of any kind may be taken during the entire period.
(b) A person may not obtain a license to take the type of wild animals involved in a violation where the restitution value of the wild animals exceeds $500 and is prohibited from taking the type of wild animals involved in the violation for a period of three years after the date of conviction of a violation.
A person may not obtain any big game license or take big game under a lifetime license for three years after the person is convicted of:
(1) a gross misdemeanor violation under the game and fish laws relating to big game;
(2) doing an act without a required big game license; or
(3) the second violation within three years under the game and fish laws relating to big game.
A person convicted of a violation under section 97B.065, relating to hunting while intoxicated or using narcotics, may not obtain a license to hunt with a firearm or by archery, or hunt with a firearm or by archery under a lifetime license, for five years after a conviction.
If a person:
(1) fails to appear for court under a summons issued for a violation of the game and fish laws; or
(2) has been convicted of violating a provision of the game and fish laws, has been sentenced to the payment of a fine or had a surcharge levied against them, and refused or failed to comply with that sentence the person's game and fish license and permit privileges shall be suspended until the person complies.
License agents that violate Department of Natural Resources laws or rules relating to license sales, handling, or accounting forfeit the right to sell and handle licenses under section 97A.311.
Upon conviction for hunting while under the influence of alcohol or a controlled substance under section 97B.065, a person is subject to the limitations on hunting privileges provided in section 97A.421.
(a) Under section 97A.315, if a person is convicted of trespassing while exercising or attempting to exercise an activity licensed under game and fish laws, or requiring snowmobile registration under section 84.82, the applicable license and registration are null and void.
(b) A person convicted of a gross misdemeanor under section 97A.315 may not be issued a license to take game for two years after the conviction.
Licenses possessed by a person convicted under section 97A.325, subdivision 1, are null and void and the person may not take wild animals for three years after the conviction.
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