I have a felony conviction in Minnesota from 2010, I completed the terms of my sentence in June of 2011. About two years ago I was granted a restoration of my firearm rights by a judge in Minnesota. I currently live in South Dakota and I was wondering if South Dakota will honor the firearm rights... View More
Whether your restoration of firearm rights in Minnesota will transfer over to South Dakota depends on the specific laws and reciprocity agreements between the two states. While some states may recognize restoration of firearm rights granted by another state, others may have their own criteria or...View More
Experiencing medical neglect while in custody, especially when it leads to a life-threatening situation like the one you described with your diabetes, can indeed be grounds for taking legal action. The failure of law enforcement officials, including the chief of police, to provide necessary medical...View More
My Boyfriend & I were having a disagreement about child support. I seen his hand placed inside his jacket, I asked him to take his hand out & when he did he had his gun in his hand lowering it to his side. Never pointed at me or made reference to it. I told him to put his gun away & he... View More
This matter is largely out of your hands. The decision as to whether to move forward on a case that has been charged belongs to the prosecutor. You may certainly speak to the prosecutor as you are an essential witness. However, the prosecutor can still make a judgment as to whether or not they...View More
Walmart took my kid into loss prevention recently claimed they had several different video footages of him stealing worth over 1700 or something like that. Had him sign a form saying he wouldn't trespass again and let him go. Will he get arrested for it later He's 23 with no criminal record at all
Ultimately, this is up to Wal Mart if they are going to make a report with the local police concerning the theft allegations. In South Dakota, you have up to 7 years to file a criminal case on a misdemeanor or felony charge. It sounds like if he comes back to the Wal Mart or has additional issues...View More
I am not licensed in South Dakota and I am not going to peruse the criminal statutes looking for the specific crimes that a parent could face for abandoning a child on the interstate, but I bet even in South Dakota it against the law. Of course, other details would help access the situation....View More
My boss asked his state’s attorney uncle about my personal record, then proceeded to tell my co-workers about it to defame me. For one can his uncle just give him any info on anyone he wants? And if so what happens when he expresses those Private matters to employees?
You can't get the warrant withdrawn all by yourself. Call you attorney and approach in court with him to explain yourself. Expect to be drug and alcohol tested, so be clean. Also bring a death certificate and maybe the funeral information for the Judge. Sorry for your loss.
Hello, I am LPR, I am currently a student, I have a misdemeanor for simple possession of 2 oz or less marijuana(Jan 2016), max sentence is 1 year in SD. I received suspended imposition of sentence with no probation. This is my first offense, there is no offense ever since as well. I want to visit... View More
I was convicted of possession with intent to distribute while I was going to college in Albuquerque NM. The school I was going to was a Federal Native American College. The security guard said he stopped me because "smoke was rolling out of my windows" when I was pulling on to the campus.... View More
Suspect was pleaded out in return for states evidence and no jail time on counsels' advice but nothing became of it, did do 4month and 3yr probation plus restitution 5,000 is this a violation of right to counsel?
Has any wife been convicted in South Dakota of raping her husband? My friend is wondering if this has happened as it would give him a good idea of whether to tell his divorce attorney of how his wife keeps sneaking into the house and trying to rape him while he's sleeping.
a no contact order has been implimented via the parole offficer (can have 3rd party contact and it is not court ordered) the individual was found at our residence 9 days after missing a pbt and now has to take up lodging at a location other than our home.
You are not going to get a list of things that a parole officer cannot do here. That would require a lot of research, it is not just a basic legal question. Hire an attorney for this.
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