Isnthis wrongful death extortion fraud or neglect ?
My dad had stage 4 cancer and then had a heart attack. After the heart attack while in the hospital they were starting physical therapy to get his strength back to walk. My aunt showed up and said she was bringing him under hospice. My dad... View More
In the scenario you've described, where a public defender initially assigned to your son in a federal drug case ends up representing the person accusing your son, there are potential concerns regarding conflicts of interest. In legal practice, particularly in criminal defense, attorneys are...View More
They did the interview and and all went well and then they found out I was hearing impaired and said they wouldn't hire me because of my hearing issues and when I asked if there was anything I could do with them that my hearing wouldn't pose a problem and that im open to do any work I can... View More
Under U.S. federal law, specifically the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), it is generally illegal for an employer to deny employment based solely on a disability, including hearing impairment, especially if the employer has 15 or more employees. This law requires employers to provide...View More
My mom went from Parkwood place to Valley Senior Living,before she could get into Parkwood her funeral had to be paid for ,and it was ,after talking me into moving my id they had canceled her life insurance mom's bank account to their facility both of us were died taking money out for... View More
I'm sorry about the loss of your mother. A North Dakota attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks. Some questions go unanswered, but you could try reposting and including Probate, Estate Planning, and Elder Law as categories. Good luck
In cases like your brother's, where there's a previous incident of fraud leading to visa denial, Form I-192, Application for Advance Permission to Enter as a Nonimmigrant, can be a path to consider. This form is used to apply for what is known as a "waiver of inadmissibility,"...View More
My employer paid part of my tuition and had me sign an MOU stating I would pay it back in full if my employment ended within 5 years of completing school. Is that legally binding if I quit or if I’m fired?
In North Dakota, the enforceability of a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) outlining tuition repayment upon employment termination depends on the specific terms in the agreement and relevant state laws. Generally, contracts like MOUs are binding, but whether repayment remains valid if you quit or...View More
Paying off outstanding warrants in Fargo, ND, or anywhere else, does not automatically mean you will avoid jail time. Warrants are issued for various reasons, including failure to appear in court or unpaid fines related to criminal matters.
When you pay off a warrant, typically, you are...View More
I have to report to the 24/7 program in Minot north Dakota and the day before I'm required to go in to change out my current patch, there was a warrant issued for my arrest. Can they arrest me at the 24/7 program even though my warrant is unrelated?
Likely, but they’re going to come arrest you anyway and you’d be better off voluntarily turning yourself in; if you wait the judge will likely notice you didn’t go voluntarily when considering whether to let you out again.
I live in North Dakota. Upon the end of our lease, the lease states that it will automatically go month to month - we were month to month for a couple of months before our landlord sent a request for us to sign a new 6 month lease along with a rent increase via our rent portal. We did not sign that... View More
If your child tested positive for cocaine while in county custody, you might have a case for negligence or other claims, depending on the circumstances and state law. However, successfully suing a county government often involves overcoming various legal hurdles, including immunity defenses.
In North Dakota, premises liability laws could potentially come into play in a situation like this. These laws generally hold property owners responsible for maintaining safe conditions on their property. If the fence surrounding the graveyard was in disrepair and extending onto a public sidewalk,...View More
In North Dakota, if a petitioner files a petition for a disorderly conduct restraining order, the court may issue a temporary order or a temporary restraining order (TRO) depending on the circumstances and the judge's assessment of the case. Typically, when a TRO is granted, it is issued ex...View More
K12 stride enrollment center mistakenly approved my sons enrollment in Minnesota Virtual Academy I guess and though enrollment was sending me all the info to get him started and the device sent our way that he needed, another person was saying he could not attend. So, to be sure, can you clarify if... View More
I believe you are referring to an online educational program that is provided by the state of Minnesota for its taxpayers. If your child participated in this and it was later found out that you are not a resident a Minnesota, I would expect that a criminal charge would be filed against you.
In North Dakota, if you've been searching for your dog for over a year and have now found it at a shelter in another town, you could take several steps to reclaim your pet. Gather evidence of ownership like vet records and photographs, and communicate calmly with the shelter staff, providing...View More
3 blood transfusions hours of unexplainable un necessary pain. To much pain meds given after patient specially said no more fentenal to then have to go into respiratory depression a laceration in my mouth from intubation and then to be told by the very person who didn't feel he needed to check... View More
You make a great point. This is one of the reasons lawsuit are so important. And laws that limit or interfere with right to a jury trial do not serve justice. Otherwise doctors and others can get away without bad actions.
Here, there may be a case. Due to the nature of medical...View More
He is an ex boyfriend and stalked me for almost two months. He has previous charges, but not for stalking, his charges are traffic, drug related, and breaking into someone's house. Everything has been reported to the police from the beginning and he has confessed to it all.
Stalking is a serious offense that involves unwanted and repeated harassment, intimidation, or surveillance of another person. In North Dakota, the specific punishment for stalking can vary depending on the circumstances and the defendant's criminal history.
Maybe not necessarily a right at that point (and it is only a right as long as you financially qualify), but I have a strong suspicion if you applied for a public defender after stating you'd represent yourself (and financially qualify) that one would be appointed. The truth of the matter is...View More
Once the Deed is recorded, that actual document is irrelevant unless someone claims a forgery or fraud. Hire a ND attorney to search the Title and possibly administer the Estate. Unless you are an heir or she executed a Deed to you (recorded or not), you probably do not own the lands. But some...View More
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