Your question is someone of a complicated one. Even when records go off the public record, the government can still access them. I would certainly argue that the "not guilty" charge should not count as the "first" charge, as you were "not guilty". Note - cases are highly fact dependent and I...Read more »
i have a sizable reptile collection now the town wants to make changes to the pet laws so they can make me get rid of my reptiles? I have been keeping reptiles for over 33 years and i have a lot of money invested in to my reptiles so what can i do to protect my investment ? I was born with spina... Read more »
Further details are needed to adequately address your question.
Generally speaking, a law is not valid if it seeks to "punish" a person for an "act" that was previously legal. However, as I said, I cannot provide adequate legal advice without first discussing all the particular facts and...Read more »
We were living in oklahoma from April 2017 to April 2018. My children's dad and I decided to move back up to North Dakota. And he went back to Oklahoma for work and we ended up splitting up a month and a half later. He's threatened to take the kids away from me in the past. He raped me whenever we... Read more »
Have been issued for my arresf 1 for simple assault domestic and the other for interfering with a 911 call what are my options and do they have a case its been almost 2 months since the warrants have been issued
Me, my wife, and a friend of ours applied for a 2 bedroom house in grand forks north dakota. Our friend was denied on her application, although me and my wife was approved and we make enough income between the 2 of us for the minimum income requirement. Would we all be denied then? And if so do... Read more »
Generally, a tenant that does not qualify will qualify if co-tenants qualify, as you alluded to. Generally speaking, a landlord cannot keep a deposit if a contact was never entered into. You described the deposit as a "holding deposit". Therefore, the consideration the landlord gave for your...Read more »
The owner of the property to kick us out by telling him they will attach Leins on the house, that we owe, if they don't remove us from the house. They've, city counsel members and others, told him many untrue statements about us, the states attorney called him and asked him what can he do to help... Read more »
A custody determination would have to be made under North Dakota Century Code 14-09. The court may heavily weigh the custody preference of a mature minor child. Your grandma would want to seek an attorney, but is not required. The other option would be to be for you to be emancipated as an...Read more »
North Dakota Century Code 14-09 deals with custody of children. 14-09-07. Residence of child. 1. A parent with primary residential responsibility for a child may not change the primary residence of the child to another state except upon order of the court or with the consent of the other parent,...Read more »
I have found an affordable apartment right next to my work place 35 miles away from the non-custodial parent. My move will not affect his parenting schedule whatsoever and the move will benefit my daughter because I will be able to spend more time with her instead of her going to daycare during my... Read more »
Generally, the express terms of the Divorce Decree will prevail. However, I am unable to provide adequate legal advice without first speaking with you at length about the particular facts and circumstances of your situation.
A K9 sniff is sufficient probable cause subject to certain limitations. Relevant circumstances include whether the K9 was initially present on scene, the original reason for the traffic stop, the length of the traffic stop, etc. In certain situations, relevant circumstances may deem the K9 stiff...Read more »
Yes, it is certainly possible. North Dakota Century Code Chapter 14-09 deals with child custody. The court heavily weights the twelve best interest factors as stated under NDCC 14-09-06.2. I hope this helps!
*DISCLAIMER* This is general legal information, and I cannot provide adequate...Read more »
I live in an apartment where it is permissible to tow someone's car if they park in your spot, would it be illegal to take have an agreement that the company that tows the car give my a flat fee for the tow? At least 2-3 cars a day park in my spot, I believe if I received $20 a car, I could easily... Read more »
Generally, "referral fees" are regulated in professional careers like law. When establishing a referral fee agreement, you are essentially acting as an agent/employee of the principal company (tow company in your situation). Any referral agreement should be in writing to protect your interests....Read more »
I would like to get custody of my son and I was told by friends that they had an experience where the mother let their child hang around a sex offender and she lost full rights as a parent. I'm also in that situation and I was just wondering if it's possible.
I need help!! ;( 3 years ago we were blessed with a full bread pit! My mothers husbands sister who was the original owner loved to pass animals around because she could never really afford them so he ended up being put on a huge metal chain locked up constantly we didn’t like that too much so my... Read more »
Dogs are treated like other personal property, and as such can be traded, given away, sold, and abandoned. I would need to discuss at length the particular details of your situation to determine to chain of ownership of the dog.
*This is general legal information, and I cannot provide...Read more »
I am in a lease with my apartment. There is a constant thumping noise in my bedroom ceiling or wall every night from 10 pm to 8 am. I made repeated requests to have it investigated and they finally sent someone to witness it. He agreed that it was awfulnand must be very hard to live with. But no... Read more »
From what you have stated, it appears that the sound is not coming from an upstairs neighbor, but from the building itself? If that is the case, then you may have a case against the landlord for breaching the implied warranty of habitability. Habitability is interpreted into all residential lease...Read more »
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