My husband only drives the vehicle he was driving at the time of the incident it now has intoxalock and DUI plates he legally cannot drive my car as it is not equipped with intoxalock he is the co-owner of the vehicle but does not drive it am I still required to Have DUI plates even though I was... Read more »
"The order must require the impoundment of the registration plates of the motor vehicle involved in the plate impoundment violation and all motor vehicles owned by, registered, or leased in the name of the violator, including motor vehicles registered jointly or leased in the name of the violator...Read more »
I am being charged with a domestic assault where nobody was touched, and my wife didn't even want to press charges. The prosecution is using charges from when I was a juvenile as his case to show I'm a violent person. These charges were from 1998 when I was 16, I am now 34. The charges as a... Read more »
My ex and I have joint legal custody since 2009 of our son . It includes visitation agreements for 2 weeknight visits between 4 and 8 pm, and also alternate weekend stays between Friday (4pm) and Sun (7pm). Overnight stays on the weekdays I have him were verbally agreed upon later, and my son has... Read more »
The age of consent in Minnesota is 16, but there are some other factors that come into play, such as if the adult party is in a "significant relationship" or "position of authority" or if there are vulnerabilities involved.
If its a fact that 156 days of time served did not get credited in a 67 month concurrent sentence in a Minnesota court order, and my lawyer confirmned and fi...a motion for a sentence reduction, will the motion be granted for sure 100%? How many buisness days does it take to get an answer for this... Read more »
Employer can't provide the job I'm seeking to better myself and career. Yet they say I can't go to this competitor. This is my only skill set that I am trained and educated in. I'm not sales. They are holding me back from more compensation and a better job for my family and me. What are my options?... Read more »
The answers to your question depend entirely on the language used in the non-compete agreement itself and the circumstances surrounding this contract. You will likely need to pay an attorney to review this information and provide you with an opinion.
What does the Right To Free Travel mean or Right of Locomotion mean in regards to a "Traveler using the open road to transport himself and his private property from one place to another using the open roads or fairways? Isn't forcing a person to apply for a driver's license taking a "Right" and... Read more »
felony criminal procedure hearing held under rule 8. Pre-trial hearing held not guilty plea was entered but omnibus hearing waived defendant did not give consent. Then the following day notice to intent to impeach was filed. No discovery report given by prosecutor nor ask from defendant. This is... Read more »
I had 72 hours to sell my house or my offer was canceled. Since I am so close to selling mine, is there any legal way to extend that 72 hours at all? It's been almost 5 months with no activity whatsoever....
I was taken to the county jail and asked to take another breath test. I told the officer i wanted to talk to My attorney. I ased for a Minneapolis mn phone book (the dwi/test refusal happened in bemidji mn, aprox 4 hours from Minneapolis). I also asked the officer for my cell phone to look up my... Read more »
My lease states under the second paragraph term the initial term of the agreement is that the property is leased on a month-to-month basis starting on September 1st 15 and ending September 1st 16 my understanding is that a periodic lease or a month to month does not include a specified end date... Read more »
It sounds like you have a year lease and you make monthly payments. Month-to-month means you or the landlord can terminate the lease with a month notice, but if you have a contractual right to the property for a year, then it doesn't sound like you have a month-to-month lease. The outcome will of...Read more »
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