State and federal rules and regulations apply to businesses, including bowling alleys. Then counties and cities may pass their own laws as long as they don't conflict with the State or Federal rules and regulations. There are no bowling alleys that are open for business that are unregulated....View More
In Minnesota, whether the townhome association or the individual unit owner is responsible for deck repairs or replacements typically depends on the terms of the association's governing documents, like the Declaration of Covenants, Conditions, and Restrictions (CC&Rs) and Bylaws. Often,...View More
If you have a green card, you generally can travel outside the U.S. using your green card and the passport from your home country. However, as a refugee, there's a risk when traveling with a passport from the country of claimed persecution. If you use that passport, it may be viewed as...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
They have violated my rights and broken several statutes. I know someone who practices criminal law, and they said I need to contact a lawyer because I most likely have a valid case, since the law is being broken by the local authorities.
Please help, I have talked to a couple lawyer... View More
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
In Minnesota, Criminal Investigations are available to the public after they are inactive, no longer being investigated whether charges were filed or not. The case investigated where I was the suspect was because of my therapist illegally reporting a potential crime where he broke confidentiality... View More
the previous owner gave me incorrect information when purchasing a boat from him and the wrong title. I previously had a zoon hearing on 6/13, but the judge said I did not have the right paperwork submitted and would not give further information.
No, a person with a 609.72.1 conviction for disorderly conduct alone will not cause you to forfeit your Second Amendment rights to own a firearm. If you don't have any other convictions (especially felony convictions) you should still be eligible to have a firearm.
Cops came to my house to search my truck for stolen things but only found bullets ,paraphilia,and on my phone pics of stolen things can they charge me if what they found was not on the watrent. Things they found were out of my storage unit I was bringing back to storage didnt even know any of that... View More
I do not know the full circumstances of the situation and cannot answer your question specifically. Generally speaking, a warrant has to state with particularity the items to be searched and seized. The police must request a warrant signed by a neutral third party (i.e., judge or magistrate) unless...View More
Even though as of today those various COVID mask requirements and executive orders in Minnesota have expired, can someone be still fined, if for example this person was recorded and identified on video visiting a bar or restaurant without a mask back in 2020, during 'Peacetime... View More
Because Minnesota Statutes §609.735 CONCEALING IDENTITY, appears to make wearing a mask "to prevent spread of disease" (as opposed to "medical treatment"), in public, a crime; I would challenge any attempt to enforce an "executive order" to the contrary. I've...View More
I learned that if i get a licience that means i am waving my rights and that i must follow all laws in my state related to using and obtaining my vehicle. I dont want to get license because i want to keep my rights. I know i have the right to travel and by obtaining my license i will loose that... View More
You cannot legally drive without a license. So you will get ticketed, fined and perhaps even jailed if you drive without a license, especially if you do so repeatedly. Otherwise you can get a license and drive legally.
I sent a part for my car to a shop in another state to be repaired. This part is a critical component that makes my car inoperable in its absence. While my part was in the repair facility, the police ordered the business closed due to their failure to pay a judgement on a civil suit brought by a... View More
i entered the open line while the opposite line was closed at work zone in Faribault mn then police officer stop me and got picture on my driver license, said to me we will send you a ticket to you mail? is it a serious ticket or warning ?
It sounds like the are citing you for something. They do not generally mail warnings to someone. You will likely receive a citation at the address on your license. It would be wise to speak to an attorney to see if you can keep this off of your record.
cops didnt see me driving going on hearsay that i was, then came to my house arrested me towed car didnt read me right i did field sobriety test they said i refused it but they have levels from test, i bailed out of jail 1200.00 dollars now they gave me a notice of order of revocation,i wasnt even... View More
Most DWI arrests follow a traffic stop by police. But not all. Some few follow a police contact at the arrested person's home. And some follow events that do not include police observation of driving. However, often DWI cases where the police do not observe driving, operating or control...View More
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