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DECISIONS OF THE COURT OF APPEALS
FILED TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 2014
A14-0346 Ramsey County, petitioner, Appellant, Y. T., petitioner, Respondent, vs.
A14-0347 Guardian ad Litem, X. L., Respondent, C. L., Respondent Ramsey
County, petitioner, Appellant, M. Q. Y., petitioner, Respondent, vs. K. S. L.,
Ramsey County District Court, Hon. Brad A. Johnson.
Minnesota Statutes section 257.75, subdivision 3 (2012), does not bar a county providing public assistance to a child from filing a parentage action to adjudicate the father-child relationship even though a minor parent has signed a "recognition of parentage" and no competing presumptions of paternity exist.
Reversed and remanded. Judge Margaret H. Chutich.
A14-0771 State of Minnesota, Appellant, vs. Derek Lawrence Stavish, Respondent.
Nicollet County District Court, Hon. Allison Krehbiel-Baskfield.
When a police officer is responsible for procuring a blood sample from an individual who has stated that he was the driver of a vehicle involved in a probable criminal vehicular homicide and who has already been transported to a hospital, exigent circumstances exist that justify the police officer's procuring the blood sample without a search warrant.
Reversed and remanded. Judge James C. Harten.*
* Retired judge of the Minnesota Court of Appeals, serving by appointment pursuant to Minn. Const. art. VI, § 10.
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