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Q: How can the town sue me in a civil lawsuit when none injured

Felony fleeing

0 Answers | Asked in Civil Rights and Constitutional Law for Minnesota on
Q: Can a police officer ban you from being inside a townhome complex even if the owner of that complex didn’t ban you

My friend lives at the town home complex and there was a altercation where the cops were going to charge him with 5th degree assult and I happened to be with him and they told me I’m never allowed back into the complex, but the next day all the charges got dropped

2 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law for Minnesota on
Q: Can a prosecuter withhold telling their witness is out on bond for felony drug charges
Jonathan Matthew Holson
Jonathan Matthew Holson
answered on Jul 3, 2022

Telling who that their witness is out on bond?

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2 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law, Civil Rights and Federal Crimes for Minnesota on
Q: Iv made a mistake that can cause me 5years in jail how can I prove to the judge and prosecutor I’m a good person
Jonathan Matthew Holson
Jonathan Matthew Holson
answered on Jul 2, 2022

First get an attorney. Don’t represent yourself. Your attorney can help to minimize any consequences that you might be facing here.

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0 Answers | Asked in Family Law for Minnesota on
Q: If my kids dad and I were never married canhe take my kids. He's very controlling añd keeps telling me because I left hi

I take Sertraline for depression but he says because of this he can take my kids. He is on the birth certificate. I just need to know because since I moved out he is acting erratic now that he's lost control of me

0 Answers | Asked in Consumer Law for Minnesota on
Q: My question is regarding the $4,000 conciliation court limit on consumer credit transactions.

If I owe more then that on a personal loan. Is there still a chance of being sued?

0 Answers | Asked in Trademark and Copyright for Minnesota on
Q: Is the Pink Floyd prism design (Dark Side of the Moon) protected by U.S. copyright and/or trademark law?

A stained glass artist on a Facebook discussion group has a photo of his piece that was inspired by Pink Floyd's Dark Side of the Moon album cover (Prism design). He claims that he altered it enough that it is no longer protected by copyright and/or trademark law. He has also posted a link... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Construction Law for Minnesota on
Q: We are building a house with a custom builder. It’s a fixed bid contract with allowances.

We believe that interior doors are included, based on how the contract is written. The builder disagrees and thinks interior doors are an allowance.

Labor and material for all Millwork, cabinet hardware labor, Door hardware labor & Floorings labor

Home trim package includes... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Copyright for Minnesota on
Q: Copyright laws prevent taking images from online store & using those images to promote the store and product elsewhere?

Basically, is it legal to get/take/skim images from, let's say, a retail store and use those same images within an app/site that promotes the products within that image and links directly back to the store (in which the images were retrieved from) for purchasing the item?

0 Answers | Asked in Consumer Law and Collections for Minnesota on
Q: Do I have to reissue the check

Last year my wife and me got married in August. Our caterer had came and was good and I handed him a cashiers check for the final bill everything was good(let alone these guys weren’t the easiest to work with)! Later in January of the next year my bank calls me saying the check is now void cause... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Consumer Law and Collections for Minnesota on
Q: Do I have to reissue the check

Last year my wife and me got married in August. Our caterer had came and was good and I handed him a cashiers check for the final bill everything was good(let alone these guys weren’t the easiest to work with)! Later in January of the next year my bank calls me saying the check is now void cause... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Land Use & Zoning for Minnesota on
Q: We have farmland has 2 gas line easements in West 1/2 of a Quarter section. see details -

Original easement back in 30's and 49's covered the whole quarter section, they are going to put a new pipeline in the west 1/2 of the 1/4 section - which is over 500 feet from the other pipelines. We feel we should be compensated as this would be a new easement and we should be... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Civil Rights for Minnesota on
Q: Is there anything I can do about brother gettiñg shot 21 times by st.paul police 4 years go

And they had a 50 page police report on how he had mental problems and drug problems as if they were justifying his death

1 Answer | Asked in Family Law and Child Custody for Minnesota on
Q: If I have a court order with my kids mom Already in place stating that I get her every other weekend

If my kid's mother withholds her is that considered contempt of court My daughter is 11 is she allowed to choose whether she comes to my house or not

Corwin Kruse
Corwin Kruse
answered on Jun 22, 2022

It isn’t generally handles as a contempt issue at this point. You would bring a motion to enforce the decree. If she still withholds her, you could then seek contempt.

You can also ask that she be ordered to pay your attorney fees.

0 Answers | Asked in Personal Injury for Minnesota on
Q: Son in boating accident and need to know if he should have boater insurance pay or our personal ins pay.

My son was in boating accident. He was on the back being towed and issue occurred with tubbing and caused him to be thrown off. His shoulder was dislocated and had to go to emergency. Hospital fixed him up. Popped dislocation back in and has a sling for week or so and most likely some PT. He... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Business Law for Minnesota on
Q: Gifting an S Corporation

Hello. My sister wants to gift me a business in Minnesota. Its a Liquor Store ( s corporation). She is the only share holder . What are the steps of doing this transfer properly?

0 Answers | Asked in Child Support for Minnesota on
Q: I am paying child support for two children. My daughter turned 18 and graduated from high school. What is the next step?

Do I need to fill out forms, go to mediation or court to stop payment for her?

0 Answers | Asked in Employment Discrimination and Sexual Harassment for Minnesota on
Q: Hello. I recently left my place of employment due to continued harassment with a supervisor and myself. What can I do ?

Harassment was based around identifying as non-binary and using they/them pronouns. Harassment had been going on for months and after telling HR and going through their interviewing process, was told to conduct "business as usual". Harassment continued and no further action was taken. I... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Real Estate Law for Minnesota on
Q: Our house in MN was built in 49 with no regard to highway right of way. 80% of our house lies in the ROW. Any recourse?

The original builders did not heed the 120 ft right of way from the center line of the highway that the house sits on, and every owner since then has bought and sold with no issues. We want to build additions and just found out about this. We may be able to purchase some of the easement…but can... Read more »

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