they have an active civil petition for having the removal order lifted court case.ongoing for almost 3 yrs
answered on Mar 16, 2023
It is possible for a person to be denied permission to visit a dying family member if they have a removal order from the reservation. The decision to grant or deny permission to visit would depend on the specific circumstances of the case, including any applicable tribal laws or regulations.... Read more »
Negligence on the behalf of the employee they processed paperwork without consent after being told I did not want to proceed with the vehicle, there was a ticket issued as well in another state for the car due to being registered under my name
answered on Mar 14, 2023
If a dealership falsely registered a car in your name you can sue. I do not know if you will be successful or if it's even worth it. Why would a dealership falsely register a car in your? What have you suffered in damages ($) ?
I left a residence and the property manager basically said to sign a voluntary no trespass order so that they would end up having to get police involved later on if there were issues between my girlfriend and I. Which at the time I decided to sign the paper and then a few months later my girlfriend... Read more »
answered on Mar 12, 2023
A court order requires a judge's signature, not yours. I am not sure what you signed and what, if any, legal significance it has.
I'm looking to sue someone near the Houston, TX area for an unpaid debt on goods received a little over a year ago. We agreed upon an amount, around $24000. I sent him the goods (sports cards) a little over a year ago. To this day he has only paid me around $1700. He is from the Houston area... Read more »
answered on Feb 20, 2023
A Minnesota or Texas attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for four weeks. You mention that you are seeking an attorney - in addition to your own searches, you could check the "Find a Lawyer" tab above for Collection or Civil Litigation attorneys. Additionally, most... Read more »
answered on Feb 13, 2023
In Minnesota, only the government can initiate a criminal charge; by filing a charging document with the Court. But an individual can make a complaint about a criminal act to the government: its police officers and-or its prosecuting attorneys. In contrast, an individual can file a civil lawsuit... Read more »
I know who did and I have their information they just won’t give it back. Would this situation be taken seriously by the cops or am I just wasting my time reporting it? All I really want is my stuff back I’m not even interested in pressing charges
answered on Jan 9, 2023
As frustrating is it is to have your property taken without your consent, filing a police report and subjecting the person to criminal prosecution is a somewhat of a drastic measure. You might want to ask yourself if it is worth it to do so, or if there are other measures you can take to have your... Read more »
I just need to know am I feeling out the appeal paperwork stating why I wasn't at the hearing or my at the hearing or my original reasons for wanting the hearing
answered on Sep 26, 2022
You need to file a Motion to Set Aside a Default Judgment. Quickly. Hire a MN attorney to represent you as defending against losing possession is difficult.
I bought a cabin in 2010 by obtaining a loan in my name only. After close I put my unmarried mate on the title. I paid the loan off in 2016 with proceeds from my deceased brother's estate. My mate and I split up in 2019. She made 4 payments of principal only and never paid for anything else... Read more »
answered on Jul 12, 2021
I see you are from California but asked a question in MN's Civil Litigation section. I'm assuming the property you are asking about is located in MN. Generally speaking, 50/50 owners split the sale proceeds of a property 50/50, but the rule is not absolute. Courts should,... Read more »
While paying $840 per month for ankle bracelet/and alcohol monitoring system while on a $15000 cash bond pending trial,defendant is seeking jail credit.
answered on Mar 21, 2021
An individual is not entitled to credit in such a circumstance. The case law is very clear that the alternative to jail that provides jail credit has to be "the functional equivalent" of being in custody. The typical circumstances wherein someone might get such credit would be in a... Read more »
The charge is felony gun possession with ammunition possession and the accused is juvenile felon that was sealed years ago. The firearm is legally registered to another person that is legally allowed to own one, and happened to forgot in defendant vehicle but was not physically on the defendant.
answered on Feb 22, 2021
Generally a plea is entered at the Omnibus hearing. It is not clear what stage the case is at. This person needs a criminal defense attorney ASAP as this charge can carry heavy penalties.
Advertises made in and ships from Boston, MA and it comes from Shenzen, China and they couldn't uphold their VIP shipping contract of 3-7days as well.
No damages yet. Was buying under the impression it was American made. Misleading. I wouldn't have purchased if... Read more »
answered on Feb 16, 2021
What are your damages? As a general rule, without damages lawsuits aren't worth the time and effort they take.
Is that double jeopardy seeing the the conviction was because it was said that the charge that I was convicted on came from the charges that was dismissed?
answered on Feb 3, 2021
No. That is not double jeopardy. Jeopardy does not attach until trial. A dismissal doesn’t meet that requirement.
Family members got guardianship? Woyld you not be aware of criminal proceedings and would you get a care taker without your permission or your say so to whom it may be. Could law keep threatening daily with warrants and family
answered on Jan 22, 2021
This question is incredibly confusing. It's unclear what is being asked. Criminal charges and a guardianship are two entirely different things and are unrelated to each other. A warrant could certainly be issued if you missed a court hearing on a criminal matter, but that has nothing to do... Read more »
I was in good standing with GPA of 4.0 until the unforeseen Military Orders of January 26, 2018. I was on order to go to Afghanistan on January 26. The Army gave me two weeks to deploy to Afghanistan. This short notice destabilized me, and I did not have enough time to deal with family issues and... Read more »
Have messages on my phone
answered on Dec 7, 2020
You have a couple of options. First, you should consult with an attorney. Many attorneys offer free initial consultations. But if you don't want to do that, consider sending a demand letter for the tractors and/or return of your money. If that does not work, sue in small claims court (if... Read more »
answered on Nov 25, 2020
You might be able to re-negotiate the terms. You should reach out to an attorney directly for more specific advice on your situation.
Am i entitled to my money i payed to the bond company?
answered on Nov 16, 2020
No. The bond company keeps the money you paid as their fee for assisting you with pretrial release.
answered on Nov 8, 2020
A Minnesota attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for three weeks. Until you are able to consult with a Minnesota attorney, here is a link to a resource for small claims litigants. It was prepared by the Minnesota Attorney General's office and can be found on the Internet by... Read more »
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 »
answered on Apr 11, 2020
If you suffered an actual injury, sure you can sue. But you will need to be able to prove that injury. Medical records are where you start.
She is refusing to give half, is she able to do that?
answered on Mar 4, 2020
By "separated," I assume you mean living apart, not legally separated. If you are married, you will both need to sign to transfer ownership of the house. You can refuse to sign unless you get a portion of the proceeds. I would contact the closing company and make them aware that you... Read more »
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