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0 Answers | Asked in Traffic Tickets for North Dakota on
Q: Can an officer give someone a citation for DUS without performing a traffic stop.

Was given two citations for driving under suspension at my house without ever being pulled over by an officer.

0 Answers | Asked in Animal / Dog Law for North Dakota on
Q: If a husband gives away wife’s dog after she left after a fight and comes back two weeks later do I have to give it back

So our 18 year old dog sitter messaged me two weeks ago and asked if we still wanted a small dog we said yes she then told me that her dad said we need to find him a new home I then asked price she said her dad paid 1000 for him so anything we would want to pay if anything I said well with our... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Divorce for North Dakota on
Q: Spouse refusing to sign uncontested divorce. How do I go about filing in North Dakota? We have no kids, and no assets.

My spouse told me if I filed she’d sign. She now tells me she’s not signing anything. We have no kids, and no assets at all. Been married 2 years. I’m trying to file electronically in ND, but don’t know what type of forms I need to file as the clerk can’t advise, and self service site... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Traffic Tickets and Insurance Defense for North Dakota on
Q: How can I appeal a suspended license for not paying my sr22 insurance if the car is insured under someone else?

My roommate got a loan from the bank to pay for the vehicle. Since he used a loan, the title has to be in his name and because he has a CDL license his insurance company refused to add me to the vehicle's insurance policy as it would "red flag" him. But because of their refusal, my... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Animal / Dog Law for North Dakota on
Q: So a guy in town rehomed his wife’s dog when she left after a fight she was gone two weeks and now wants the dog back

So our 18 year old dog sitter texted me two weeks ago and asked if we wanted a dog she said her dad said they need to get rid of them mom and dad had a fight mom left and left her dogs she was notified by the vet he was rehomed the next day dad agreed we could have him for free and his daughter... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Education Law and Juvenile Law for North Dakota on
Q: students at my school had their bags searched for sticky notes, were the searches legal, and if not what do i do?

Students made sticky notes with "justice for Jackson" written on them, protesting a student that they believed had been unfairly punished. This resulted in one of the principals searching multiple students' bags trying to find these sticky notes. In one of the searches, he took and... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Animal / Dog Law and Libel & Slander for North Dakota on
Q: Can I sue my roommate if she got my dog pregnant under her watch when we specified not to have them together

My dog is currently 1 month pregnant, my roommates dog got our 5 year old dog pregnant under her watch. We told her to keep them separated so they couldn’t mate but she didn’t listen and when we came home, she had already had her dog ontop of ours and she didn’t know that they were doing... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Education Law for North Dakota on
Q: You My son is 12 years old he is in special education in school another student brought a ninja throwing star to school

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My son is 12 years old he is in special education in school another student brought a ninja throwing star to school my son bought the ninja throwing star from his friend and was caught with the ninja throwing star later that day I am told there will probably be legal charges at a police... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Employment Law for North Dakota on
Q: Is my jobs clock in policy illegal?

Per my employer’s policy employees are allowed to clock in up to 7 minutes early for a shift. Apparently they set the time clock system so that clock ins that are 7 minutes early or less are documented as 1 minute early. Meaning that there’s a window of up to seven minutes that I’m not being... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Landlord - Tenant for North Dakota on
Q: I was just served with an eviction notice for disturbing other tenants and/or violating a law. Can I fight this in court

I live alone go to work full time and school. I do not do anything to disturb my neighbors ever. I need to fight this in court. I know I can prove these allegations as false.

0 Answers | Asked in Consumer Law for North Dakota on
Q: I signed a workorder at a car dealership for warranty work, am I entitled to a copy of all documents w/ my signature?

The dealership refused me copies after the work was done, stating it was a matter of company policy. I said it was a binding contract that I signed and was entitled to a copy. What is ND law on getting copies?

0 Answers | Asked in Adoption and Family Law for North Dakota on
Q: If my father adopted my 4 children and passed, kids lived with me for over a year in north dakota, which state do I file

I need to file for custody but which state would I need to file in ?

0 Answers | Asked in Landlord - Tenant for North Dakota on
Q: Moved out. Got bill for 2100$ for damages. 6 years of the 10 had a bird nest in dryer vent never properly fixed.

I was wondering if could comeback at not providing a safe place to live as dryer fires are the number one risk of house fires. We had contacted them and they said fixed multiple times but could still visually see bird nest and dryer still wouldn’t dry. Ended up unhooking it from vent and living... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Consumer Law for North Dakota on
Q: Is there anything my friend can do about buying a cat that had cancer?

My friend purchased a cat from a local pet shop within 2 days she had to bring it to the emergency vet and found out it had cancer and the cat passed away 4 days later. In all with adoption and the vet she's out $1,300 but also lost the cat she bought. I can't see how the pet shop... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law for North Dakota on
Q: Legality of filming people without their consent.

Someone has been filming my friends, who are in a relationship, without their consent or knowledge. This individual then uploads the videos to an anonymous Instagram account and rants about PDA. There are plenty of instances of PDA at the college we go to, but this individual seems to be focusing... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Small Claims for North Dakota on
Q: Legality of filming people without their consent.

Someone has been filming my friends, who are in a relationship, without their consent or knowledge. This individual then uploads the videos to an anonymous Instagram account and rants about PDA. There are plenty of instances of PDA at the college we go to, but this individual seems to be focusing... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law, Cannabis & Marijuana Law and Constitutional Law for North Dakota on
Q: A search warrant was issued for two motel rooms looking for contraband or anything related to use n distribution of a

controlled substance! They were looking for a certain Jane Doe but she was not listed on the search warrant! Only two room numbers were listed. One was her room n the other room next door was another guest entirely unrelated to the case. Was the warrant legal for two rooms looking for Jane Doe’s... Read more »

Lucas Wynne
Lucas Wynne
answered on Oct 10, 2022

Not enough information, an attorney needs to see the totality of the evidence to determine if a motion may be filed.

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