answered on Nov 1, 2019
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I’m originally from Wa, and have lived in North Dakota with my daughter up until a year and a half ago when I needed immediate medical attention because of severe Crohn’s disease, malnutrition and heart failure. I am now on the mend and would like my daughter to live with me in Wa because that... Read more »
answered on Aug 24, 2018
For starters, you should report the guns as stolen to the police.
If you have proof of any of what you said, seek help from an attorney to get full custody and a restraining order.
On a sunday evening my girlfriend struck me without warning and without our voices being raised, I instinctively responded and had struck her and put her on her back AFTER she blind-sided me. She had hit me again and i returned the punch and rolled off her and repeatredly told her to leave. 2... Read more »
answered on Aug 14, 2018
It is the lawyer's decision, not the client's, in choosing which motions to make. If you want to prove facts of the case, trial is the place and time to do just that.
Have been issued for my arresf 1 for simple assault domestic and the other for interfering with a 911 call what are my options and do they have a case its been almost 2 months since the warrants have been issued
answered on Jun 18, 2018
With active warrants you want to retain an attorney as soon as possible. If you truly were not there, you certainly would have a chance of beating the charges.
Your options are to either 1) continue absconding and wait to be either arrested or summoned to court or 2) get an attorney,... Read more »
answered on May 16, 2018
Accept service either way, hire a lawyer to fight the restraining order if you think it is unjust.
In North Dakota
answered on Apr 3, 2018
You can and should hire a lawyer, you will not be able to effectively handle these charges on your own. Attorneys like myself offer free consultations and serve clients throughout the state.
I received information over the phone that a friend was injured during an argument with her boyfriend. After giving a statement to the police, she told me that she'd actually had fallen down the stairs due to no fault of her boyfriend. I contacted the police the next day and retracted my... Read more »
answered on Mar 2, 2018
The prosecutor may still bring charges, even if your statement has been retracted. Why? Firstly, because you did not witness the incident. More importantly, because victims of domestic violence often retract their statement and it is in the state's interest to pursue domestic violence incidents.
answered on Oct 15, 2017
You need to consult with a lawyer to specifically address your question. Unfortunately, addressing this question on the internet could be detrimental to your case.
The court date was for temporary until the initial court date. I am the defendant in the case and doing this pro-se and the plaintiff has an attorney. There are also dual protection orders. The plaintiff has broken his and there is a seperate case for that.
answered on Aug 24, 2017
There is not enough information in your question to provide an answer.
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