I Want To File For Divorce But My Problem Is I Have No Ideal Where My Husband Is Or If He's Even Alive And His Family Will Not Give Me Any Information On His Whereabouts! I Just Need To Know What To Do Next In Order To Divorce My Husband And Keep Myself Moving Forward With My Life Because... Read more »
Although your husband sounds like a jerk, not knowing where he is will not be a problem. You will do something called "service by publication" under Rule 4 of the Rules of Civil Procedure in which you actually publish the notice of the case rather than serve him personally. Hope that helps!
I have a violation for a medicine I was prescribed showing up as methamphetamine. I am prescribed adderall but I'm a veteran they give multiple brands of dextroamphetamine which is active ingredient in adderall. The VA has well documented uas when I went for PTSD therapy. So they know what... Read more »
The idea of "pressing charges" is a misguided one brought forth by popular media. In reality, prosecutors decide who is charge or not charged. I cannot tell you that your case will get dismissed, I can only tell you that I have handled MANY domestic assault cases we were able to get...Read more »
Can they legally keep your dog? Unlikely. Your remedy is to call the police, who will likely tell you it is a "civil matter." Your remedy is to then bring a small claim against the person holding the dog for the return of the dog.
My daughter was recently detained while in North Dakota. I have spoke to the police and they claim tgey received a anonymous tip of a possible party because of cars in the driveway. 4 police officers hid in the woods for 2 hours and claim they saw what appeared to be someone underage drinking... Read more »
We live in a mobile home community. Park manager’s brother lives next door. We had an incident last week where he harassed my daughter when she was outside on our deck because we complained about his dog being off leash (against park and city rules/law) to the corporate office. I made a police... Read more »
When you walk into the courtroom, the odds are often stacked against you. The answer here is likely that you need an attorney. The place to prove or disprove a claim is trail, not the first appearance.
Revocation on a charge can certainly occur due to a conviction on a new charge. However, a criminal defense lawyer would usually negotiate out a deal on the revocation that runs along with the new charge. Revocation is not required to be up to the original maximum but certainly can be.
My ex and I broke up in September of 2019. 2 months later he asked to take our dog from me and I said no because he did not have his own place to live yet. A few months later he asked if a friend could come take him from me to take to my ex, I said no because I was not comfortable with someone else... Read more »
Costly fight over a dog? That's a laugh. Dogs are deemed property. Because that dog is probably worth a couple hundred dollars (at most) in the eyes of the state, the most expensive thing he could likely due is bring you to small claims court or file another civil case.
I have represented numerous people with this type of criminal offense. You need an experienced lawyer yesterday. Federal charges are very difficult to beat and it is EASY to make the wrong decisions that can land you additional years in a federal case if you do not have a lawyer who knows what he...Read more »
You may be looking for 14-07-11 and 14-07-11 of the North Dakota Century Code. But the better answer is that you need an attorney to help you file for a divorce. Divorce can be quick and relatively painless if settled by way of agreement or collaborative family law.
I live in the country in rural Mower County MN. Surrounded by fields. June 3 my kids and I were out in the back yard kids were in the pool I was working on some brush piles. The winds were 30mph + from the South that day and Northern County Coop decided to spray herbicides that day with a brand new... Read more »
My son is 15yrs old. He is on supervised probation. He has been in and out of facilities several times for behavior. He ran away last night and is now in police custody in a hospital. His aunt helped him and was coming to take him to a different city without permission. What can I do? His aunt has... Read more »
I believe that the case against me is questionable as they used "plain sight" as reason to pull me over after they searched my vehicle in my absence. Unlit parking lot, tinted windows, an hour and a half after sunset. But for the life of me I cant find a clear definition of what... Read more »
I decided to help this girl and gave her a very deep slash on the price. The main reason I gave her such a price was that it would help her and it would honor my wife as i think she would approve, I had to speed up the sell and I asked her for $600 down and $400 to come and they agreed and I told... Read more »
Hypothetical question. Was told by my brother and sister in law it would be my fault. My dog is a Sheltie and is very expressive before taking action also has not bitten anyone. I am concerned with how kids act around dogs and dont listen very well that I will have to put my dog, who is my ESD for... Read more »
No attorney can predict the outcome of a case with accuracy. With that being said, if you knew these kids were coming towards your dog and the dog bites them, it sounds like you are the one most likely to lose in that situation because you already knew what was going to happen.
Picked up for no blinker used my passenger sez he has a warrant, and tries to hide on floor under food containers.which didnt work for him to well. His warrant. Was for not appearing for drug paraphernalia charge in different county. They said because I wouldnt allow search and his history of drug... Read more »
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