In Minnesota, while it might be physically possible to remove illegal window tint if you're pulled over by a police officer, doing so would not be advisable. This action could be viewed as tampering with evidence or obstructing a police investigation. Even if you remove the tint before the...View More
I understand this is a very distressing situation. However, claiming the police are remotely neural monitoring (RNM) you without providing any evidence makes it unlikely others will take the report seriously. Here are some suggestions that may help:
So my mom passed away on Thanksgiving, my sister let me have her car because it was in accordance with my mom's wishes (My mom didn't have a will. We just agreed to it as next of kin) Now, my Grandma who has STRONGLY been against me having the car is saying that I owe her $1,200 in order... View More
In general, debts do not transfer to family members upon someone's death unless they were co-signed or jointly held. As for your situation, you are not automatically responsible for your mother's debts, including any money she may have owed to your grandmother, unless you had a legal...View More
The person who is claiming I injured them roll down a flight of stairs and broke a rib was that being said he told the police I pushed him when he tripped and rolled.. The first paper I received in jail nothing is filled out on it and everything is blank or there should be dates time and names and... View More
In Minnesota, the legality of your arrest depends on whether the police had probable cause at the time of the arrest. Probable cause refers to a reasonable basis for believing that a crime may have been committed. If the police had probable cause to believe you committed third-degree assault at the...View More
Yes, there are attorneys who may take on pro bono cases involving 42 USC 1983, especially for non-incarcerated vulnerable adults. This federal law allows individuals to file lawsuits against state and local government officials for violations of their constitutional rights.
In Minnesota, when a police officer pulls you over and requests your ID, the law generally expects you to hand it over to them. While you might feel more comfortable just presenting it against the window, the officer has the authority to physically inspect your ID. This is part of their routine...View More
In June of 2021, I was shopping at a Menards store, when a store manager walked up and asked if he could help me, I had just selected a cover plate for an outlet. I told him I just found what I was looking for, he said can I speak to you, I said sure, what’s up, he says off the sales floor, I... View More
To pursue legal action against Menards and the City of Virginia, MN Police Department, you'll need to find an attorney with experience in civil rights and possibly false arrest or malicious prosecution cases. Start by researching lawyers who specialize in these areas of law within Minnesota....View More
4/2022, police were looking in my bathroom window just after 1am.They scared me; pounding on my window & shouting “I can see you! Open up!” I ran into my room & shut lights off. My kids were asleep in bed. Eventually police announce who they are & I open the door. It was the wrong... View More
That would be up to the judge, but you are going to be hard pressed to establish that the ticket was specifically issued in retaliation for your complaint about law enforcement. The case law on these issues is particularly bad regarding the individual motives of law enforcement where there is an...View More
Person(s) were filming a local library from a public sidewalk. Individual called police for suspicious person(s) filming. By the time police arrived person(s) had entered parked vehicle. Person(s) asked police if their were any traffic code violations or if the stop was solely for suspicious... View More
Under the Fourth Amendment, citizens are protected against unreasonable searches and seizures. The Terry Stop doctrine allows officers to stop and briefly detain a person based on reasonable suspicion of involvement in criminal activity.
However, in states that aren't "Stop and...View More
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
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.
The basis of the stop, search and arrest certainly needs to be analyzed. Obviously, a victim's description of a gray car doesn't allow the police to stop and search every gray car in Minneapolis. Were you caught with the package or something else?
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
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