My grandchildren are living in North Dakota with her father he has only had custody for 3 years prior to that they lived with my husband and I in Washington State. They are 13 and not happy or well taken care of by their father and stepmother there have been issues with physical and verbal abuse... Read more »
I got pulled over for expired tags. when they asked to search me I told them I had a knife on me. The cop said he ain't going to ticket me for why he stopped me but arrested me for misdemeanor weapon concealment charge. Was that legal?
A default judgment could occur in which you are awarded all that you have asked for in the complaint. However, the judge is still going to review that judgment to make sure the requests are compliant with the law.
When he sells it i would get half. He's in the process of selling. He probably doesn't remember that at all. My name is not on the deed and the house is paid for. I can get a quick deed. Do I remind him of the divorce papers or what?
There are some larger issues with a traffic ticket that old. Specifically, whether you have a warrant for that ticket and whether any evidence even exists anymore to prove or disprove the claim. As soon as the case is opened, yes, you could likely dispute.
bringing me the paperwork to change the chip info on the dog. This request was made on behalf of the owner who also had 4 pit bulls placed with a rescue during this same incident. The owner, in possession of all my contact info, employment and knew where I lived, never showed, never called or... Read more »
Yes - but not in a good way. The judge will kick your dates back because you're not there, likely hold you in contempt and revoke you on anything outstanding, and you may be charged with additional crimes for absconding. I've helped a good number of people figure out their court date issues and...Read more »
The dog is property. You may have to go to the police station and report that she stole your dog, then see if they issue a warrant. They may tell you they're not interested in helping you, in which case you will need to file a lawsuit for the dog in the state where the property (the dog) is...Read more »
Also can they require the non-custodial parent to travel more than half the distance for their parenting time? Can the custodial parent deny weekday visits saying they can only do visits at a location closer to the custodial parent. Even if this language is not in the court order? The move was also... Read more »
The court order contains all of the requirements. Everything else is just the other parent trying to pull a fast one. An order cannot require that a person never moves - but a person moving could, potentially, have other implications. Unfortunately, you will not get specific advice on this...Read more »
A friend of mine is trying to get custody of her son who is being emotionally abused by his father (he has physical custody and they both live in ND). The courts are telling her they won't hear the case unless she has legal representation. She makes too much for legal aid and doesn't have the $5000... Read more »
I plead guilty on a charge because I was told that the record would be sealed after two years of probation. I should have fought it, but it was cheaper and easier to plead than to fight it. I found out later I stay in the system on background checks. My state has a clause that says if I go 5 years... Read more »
North Dakota does not say "five years and we treat it like it never happened." Instead, North Dakota has a period in which you can petition to seal your record. If you received a deferred imposition of sentence (which would seal it after probation) and it was never sealed, then petition the court...Read more »
You have the right to an attorney at public expense if you cannot afford an attorney. You don't, however, have the right to pick your attorney at public expense. Unfortunately, many people end up being unsatisfied with their public defender. But being unsatisfied with your public defender leaves...Read more »
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