For no reason I was charged he was not how is this possible
answered on Feb 10, 2023
It's possible because prosecutors simply go with the story they want to believe. You need an attorney to defend you and be willing to take it to a trial if it is in your best interests.
answered on May 2, 2022
If the judge ordered it, then yes. However, you have the right to a bond review hearing.
I work for a healthcare company and they have singled me out more than once, along with other CNAs, threatened to fire me over being sick and having car problems. And said if I was sick one more time or late due to car problems I would be fired.
answered on Jan 21, 2021
Hello, more information is needed here. General sickness is not protected under any federal law. If your illness is caused by a condition that qualifies as a disability under the Americans with Disabilities Act, you may have some level of protection. There is no protection for car issues. I would... Read more »
Detain me and destroy my property not to mention no drugs where found or evidence that drugs were being sold i actually had an officer tell me that was profiled because of where I was from and how I looked can I take any legal action towards this ?
answered on Jan 9, 2021
You need an attorney to make a motion on the issue in the criminal case
And is there a state law protecting the name of minors?
answered on Nov 19, 2020
There is no such right bestowed upon you. Your second question is too vague.
My daughter was recently detained while in North Dakota. I have spoke to the police and they claim tgey received a anonymous tip of a possible party because of cars in the driveway. 4 police officers hid in the woods for 2 hours and claim they saw what appeared to be someone underage drinking... Read more »
answered on Jun 17, 2020
Your first mistake is speaking to the police without a lawyer - it's a no-win game. Your daughter need a lawyer.
answered on Sep 12, 2019
You could check the school's course policy. Schools can impose their own specific conditions, such as attaining a certain grade in a course, etc. If you have an academic advisor, maybe they could help explain your rights. Good luck
Asking for a friend
answered on Mar 20, 2019
There is not enough information in your question to provide an answer. Based on your question, it sounds like your filing may have been rejected due to a jurisdictional issue.
this person does not live in the states and claims to work with (PCH) Publishers Clearing House. I have all the information and all the promises this person had made including the address of were he told me to send the money. plus full names and almost full locations and phone numbers of two... Read more »
answered on Jul 18, 2018
If they are located in the United States, you should contact law-enforcement in the city in which they are located. This is clearly a scam.
i have a sizable reptile collection now the town wants to make changes to the pet laws so they can make me get rid of my reptiles? I have been keeping reptiles for over 33 years and i have a lot of money invested in to my reptiles so what can i do to protect my investment ? I was born with spina... Read more »
answered on Jun 18, 2018
Further details are needed to adequately address your question.
Generally speaking, a law is not valid if it seeks to "punish" a person for an "act" that was previously legal. However, as I said, I cannot provide adequate legal advice without first discussing all the... Read more »
The owner of the property to kick us out by telling him they will attach Leins on the house, that we owe, if they don't remove us from the house. They've, city counsel members and others, told him many untrue statements about us, the states attorney called him and asked him what can he... Read more »
answered on Apr 30, 2018
There are too many unknown details to provide any accurate legal information.
Contact an attorney for a consultation on the matter - many perform the initial consultation for free.
What kind of lawyer do I need?
answered on Mar 17, 2018
You simply need a lawyer willing to take your case. Before a lawyer will take your case, you should have a retainer ready to pay and know who it was that stole the dog. If you don't know who it was, it's nearly impossible to initiate the proper lawsuit.
Everytime there has been an issue i have taken care of it. Ive lived here since 2015 and never had a problem until new manager came. then the last 6 months on three seperate occasions i have revieved a letter for a non renewal of my lease. I asked why she gave me a reason and i resolved it every... Read more »
answered on Feb 9, 2018
There is not a specific North Dakota statute that requires a landlord to renew your lease. Generally, a tenant's best chance to challenge the refusal to renew is if the refusal to renew was based on discrimination. There could be a chance to prevent a refusal to renew if it is on public... Read more »
The truck my boyfriend was driving got pulled over for being reported stolen. But the owner did not make the stolen report. How do I get him out. Do I tell police the owner did not report his truck stolen. What happens
answered on Aug 17, 2017
You do not speak with the police unless your goal is to give them information that would hurt your case. You pay the bail and your boyfriend challenges the charges.
Judge stated i was not unfit nor was it likely i would harm kids. I rescheduled an appt. Once which did not stand in violation of any order. I notified the guardian when she asked. She told opposing counsel who by letter requested a hearing . the letter included the date for rescheduled test... Read more »
answered on Jul 24, 2017
I will address your question and add additional information that may be helpful. However, as a criminal defense lawyer who offers services throughout North Dakota, I strongly caution you not to handle a criminal case on your own. Criminal law is among the most complex areas of law and,... Read more »
I'm having an argument with my medical doctor cousin over whether involuntary commitment helps suicidal people in the long run.
Say a suicidal person is committed, and they are evaluated and counseled. Perfect awareness, mental acuity, calm and rational vs having some kind of... Read more »
answered on Aug 5, 2017
In North Dakota, 90 days initially. After that, a judge may issue an order for involuntary treatment for up to one year at a time. Treatment can be indefinite as long as the committed individual is given the right to periodic review and petition to discharge. Other rules apply. I am unsure how many... Read more »
answered on Oct 5, 2017
A civil forfeiture proceeding is the only way to challenge a forfeiture by police.
There are no children involved. There was never any agreement for rent etc. He had a mild stroke about a month ago. He needs help with some chores and taking care of the pets. I have no other home and all my belongings are here. I left my teaching job to be with him. Towards the end of the school... Read more »
answered on Sep 22, 2017
Your question is unclear as to whether you are being forced out. This would help in evaluating your question. Without this information, your question is difficult to address.
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