I had a lawyer file my initial application but I see now it wasn't filed correctly. I had no knowledge before about the date last insured which is 2015 and I have not worked since 2011. I do have assets so it makes things even worse and now from a car accident, I'm crippled up even worse... Read more »
I'm not clear what part of your application you think was filed incorrectly. If your date last insured in in 2015 then you would have to prove that you became disabled before that date in order to be paid Title 2 disability benefits based on your work history. That can be really difficult but...Read more »
The neighbor had the land surveyed and the crossing over the ditch and about 20ft of the the driveway is on their property they have also been farming about 300ft of our land on the opposite end. We have never asked or gotten permission as we thought the crossing was on our land and it is the only... Read more »
It appears that you have a Boundary Dispute. You probably have the right to use the driveway by prescription, but the farming of your land could be serious adverse possession. Do not acquiesce to their farming on your land. Hire a competent MN attorney immediately. Both adjoining tracts now...Read more »
Not necessarily. But they may be able to put two and two together to determine that you were the one who made the call. Presumably, the police reports would reference the anonymous call and what information was provided that resulted in the initiation of the investigation into the individual who...Read more »
She has them on her medical insurance and I pay the daycare. We are still currently living together but I’m looking at moving out but in the same town so that the convenience for her if she needs help with anything and for the kids. I just want to know how we’d go about making an agreement or... Read more »
Leave the premises. I was too intoxicated to drive so I slept in my car. At some point, the cops were escorted my ex to her car, I had received a call that woke me and as she was getting in her car I waz pulling out. The police had weapons drawn and arrested me. My question is how can I prove I was... Read more »
You’re not going to get a defense to your charges from asking a question on an online legal forum. You need an attorney who can review the allegations against you and then discuss what potential defenses you might have against the charges.
A person can be in criminal possession of a firearm even when not on their body. Read up on "constructive possession." Minnesota and the United States statutes contain many gun and gun-related crimes, including some for "replica firearms" and defining "firearm" to...Read more »
a levy was filed on my husband by a CC company in Dakota county. There was $2880.00 frozen in our account because of it. My husband is currently in the Feds at FCI Gilmer in WV. He has been there for over 1 year. The judgement is for debt that was incurred before we were married or even knew each... Read more »
Open a. Ew account only in your name to protect yourself. If you can show that the money in this account that was seized came from your earnings, you should be able to recover it. You need to move fast as there are time limitations on filing such objections. I recommend you hire a lawyer to help...Read more »
The question states that someone may have committed an assault crime, and implies that may have resulted in hospitalization. If true, that could lead to a felony assault charge. Most deaths are not caused by crime. But if there is evidence that a criminal act resulted in a death, a prosecutor could...Read more »
I wrote a check to a lady who had a truck for sale, the check was bad as I didn't have the funds in my account, I am now being charged with uttering a forgery which is class h felony it says i can get up to 6 years in prison. They are stating that the detective contacted chase bank where i... Read more »
I’m not sure where you are charged with this offense. Minnesota does not have class H felonies and does not have a crime of uttering a forgery. But if you were charged with a felony you do need an attorney. Do not represent yourself. Get an attorney on board before court.
You can certainly send something in writing. A copy would need to go to the prosecutor and the defense attorney. In that letter you would simply ask for the DANCO to be cancelled and explain why you are asking for that to occur.
It's been about a year and a half sents the incident he has done DPT and finished his probation he don't have to report anymore I keep asking the victim advocate what more do they want but keep dragon it on
You should contact the court directly to request that the DANCO be cancelled. The judge is the ultimate authority of whether the DANCO remains in the place. You could also have the counselor write a letter in support of having the DANCO cancelled.
I didn't do anything before the police arrived. I walked through some yard, but I wasn't charged with trespassing. I didn't scream or cause any ruckus. It's basically retaliation from some neighbors, they called the cops and I wasn't even doing anything. They all got... Read more »
I'm not entirely sure what you mean by your public defender quitting. A public defender cannot simply stop representing you. The Court could determine that you no longer qualify for a public defender or you could chose to proceed pro se, but a public defender cannot simply quit. A new...Read more »
i had uploaded a video on youtube of beatsaber, in it there was copyrighted music, i got a claim from the music owners, i took the video down and deleted it, what can i do in the future to avoid copyright claims if there is copyrighted music in the game
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