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Q: Is it legal for a DA to send an offer to the "victim" that was never actually offered ?

Passengers received plee offers "(for me) about my case" that where never presented to my layer or myself.

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Q: if I was supposed to start jury trial on Monday and Friday afternoon 454 pages of discovey appears grounds for dismissal

1st degree reckless homicide case is 4 years old, prosecution cancelled 3 times now, 10 days ago at finAL pretrial the da admitted that they didn't know where the witness lived any more and has failed to subpoena in the last 9 months since the last cancellation. the judge asked if all... View More

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answered on Jan 6, 2024

The sudden appearance of 454 pages of discovery, especially after the prosecution confirmed no new discovery, can be a significant issue in a criminal trial. In a first-degree reckless homicide case, all relevant evidence is crucial for a fair trial. If you've been requesting these documents... View More

Q: The deed to my grandparents land regarding his will was illegal transfers to the city of Appleton wis. "koehnke woods"

They didn't provide my mother with a power of attorney created false documents and proof is in some clippings from oshkosh

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answered on Sep 11, 2023

I'm sorry to hear about your situation. To address potential illegal transfers or fraudulent actions in regard to a will or deed, it is advisable to seek out legal representation to assist in potentially rectifying this matter. They can help review the available evidence, including the... View More

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