One county sent a kops alert because the night before a person fleed on foot after the officer found a gun on him. The officer had the gun in his evidence now. Since the person fleed on foot, the officer sent out a kops alert. Sometime hours after the incident the person who ran took the van they... View More
Can they watch what you are doing in public? Yes, that is not something that requires a warrant. They could not search your property without a warrant. They cannot put a tracking device on your car without a warrant. They cannot listen to your phone calls without a warrant. But surveillance...View More
i was arrested on a mon had a total disc replacement on my neck c6-7 the thurs before i also had a broken hand and possible eyebrow from prev fall. the arresting officer slammed on breaks on way to the jail and kept swerving causing me to bang head on the window. i advised the jailer i wanted... View More
My brother was arrested and charged for aggravated assault on a law officer and possession. His arresting officer was later convicted of possession of child pornography. Can my brother get a dismissal or appeal based on the officer misconduct he is not longer a cop
What does the officer's possession of child pornography have to do with your brother assaulting a police officer and possession? Obviously, every criminal doesn't go free because one officer broke the law.
At birth cps took my baby for allegations that they refused to tell me any details about. Yet were quickly proved to be untrue. Instead of giving baby back they changed doctors notes, fabricated new allegations, (proven untrue) and removed baby from our care. Months later won custody back. Got... View More
Losing your license without being involved in a driving-related incident can occur in certain situations. It could be due to administrative actions by the Department of Motor Vehicles or similar agencies, such as non-compliance with requirements or violations. Additionally, unrelated offenses like...View More
A private business owner can prohibit such display on its property. It does not constitute unlawful discrimination. Yes, the business owner has the right to refuse to allow you to park on his premises if your car displays a rebel/confederate flag.
Today I was caught exiting a store with a few goods I did not pay for. Loss prevention came out, I said I would go with them just to please not touch me. The lp grabbed my right arm, twisted it, bent my wrist back, physically pushed me down causing cuts on my knee, held me down by putting his knee... View More
You may have a case if you can prove the facts as you allege. Evidence takes many forms, including witness testimony and video. Your medical bills would also be important. The aggressor will undoubtedly have a different account of the event and most likely have evidence. Police contact and charges...View More
Back to my omnibus, for the second time..without addressing my motion.. because of a error made by the prosecutor..I have been in court almost 2 years and it seems to me that the state doesn't want to follow the law...I have had 3 public defenders 2 prosecutors and multiple judges.my newest... View More
My 12 year old brother has been arrested for assault for stabbing a staff member in his mental health group home with a knife. He was arrested and is now on a 36 to 72 hour hold in county jail waiting to see a judge. Is this legal? Minnesota says someone under 14 cannot commit a crime. How do you... View More
Last time I checked, the minimum age in Minnesota was 10, for prosecuting criminal violations in juvenile court. But a lawyer may have been able to help with these issues. Another idea would be to talk to the medical staff or social worker in the juvenile detention facility.
I contacted the Isanti County MN court administrator requesting the cash bail that was posted ($1000) and was told there now was a hearing scheduled the end of April regarding the refund. The judge signed off March 12. Can they do this? Don't I have a right to this refund ASAP? What action can... View More
If you posted cash bail, the bail should be refunded to you absent the costs of any fines, court costs, etc. The only exception to this would be if you violated conditions of release or missed a court date during the pendency of your case. When that happens, bail can be revoked and in some cases...View More
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....View More
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...View More
the tip said a drug deal would be happening at my place of employment at 2 involving a blue truck and black jeep. i drive a red truck. on my day off at 230 i stop by work and talk to a coworker. upon leaving i get pulled over because he believes i was involved in a drug deal and asked if they can... View More
Generally speaking, if a police officer has probable cause to believe that a car has drugs or other contraband, then they are permitted to stop the driver of that car and search it without a warrant. This means that they can temporarily detain you and bring in K9 dogs, etc. while they search...View More
Our son crossed the US border in Mexicali (October 2022). His court appearance in Fort Snelling is scheduled for February 2024. He was a beneficiary of I-130 filed in 2013; however, he doesn’t have 1-90 and we cannot apply for adjustment of status. He cannot apply neither for driver’s license... View More
First, your son should make sure that he keeps the immigration court updated on his address, as court dates can be changed, and the court notifies respondents of the change in court date by mailing hearing notices. If he fails to attend a scheduled court hearing, he will be ordered deported....View More
Provided that the wrong date listed is a clerical error, you (or your attorney) can certainly bring the error to the Court's attention and ask that they correct it. You can do so by filing a motion to correct the clerical error; in doing so, be sure to identify the page numbers and...View More
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