The cops arrived after the other cars mother (who wasn't there nor involved in the accident) called them. We were driving slow since it had snowed earlier, then we hit ice and slowly slid into a car stopped at a stoplight. Tried honking to warn them but they panicked and didn't move. The cops... Read more »
You can try it. The point is you weren't able to stop, so some judges will take the position you should not have been driving at all if you couldn't stop. Now, if you had been able to stop all the way there and then suddenly there was a part you couldn't seem to stop on, a judge may say that you...Read more »
I had a public defender, he got upset about going to trial, he started to tell me things about my case he said he knew as evidence, I believe he made up to scare me into taking the plea. So I did take the plea, but now regret it
Public defenders don't "make things up" to get people to take plea deals. They give honest advice on what they believe you should do in terms of taking an agreement or going to trial. It is then up to you decide how you want to move forward. You could certainly seek to withdraw your plea, but...Read more »
It seems all things in my defense and truthful, on the police video and audio, somehow one way or another doesn't show,one moment it's clear then another it's totally silent ,then another staticy, and ironically at the times it's in my favor.so it makes me look bad, it's not fair and it's... Read more »
His comments when asked my sexual preferene my mind was in defense not to mention the needle test for blood,I have had extremely bad experiences,with m.r.s.a when I spent 6wks in hospital for. I also had been kidnapped earlier in my life where a man forces meth and heroin in my arm against my will... Read more »
My girlfriend is in custody in one county, she decided to execute a sentence for a DUI, and now has a probation violation hearing in another county on the day she is released, she wants to change her court date to a later date.
You could check the Minnesota Rules for the Minnesota Department of Public Safety. Or call a Driver Evaluator at the Minnesota Department of Public Safety to check. If it were me, I'd go to court and work to prevent a conviction. If no conviction, then it can't go on the Driver's License Record.
A Minnesota attorney could answer you best, but your question remains open for a week. The need for a second operation in and of itself is not necessarily irrefutable proof of medical malpractice. The reason why a second surgery was needed would need to be determined. You mention the second...Read more »
Giglio information is material tending to impeach the testimony of a prosecution witness. All impeachment evidence, even if not a prior statement by a witness falls within the Brady rule, and should be disclosed to the defense by the prosecution. But despite these laws, problems persist. One...Read more »
I'm unsure why this is posted in the Minnesota jurisdiction, but the answer should generally be "no". A Trust is a vehicle designed specifically to avoid probate, no matter where it is created or where the person who created it (called the Settlor or Trustor) passes away.
I have been told I need to serve 30 days for failure to complete dwi class/madd. A warrant has been issued through Anoka County, Mn. Is there any way possible to see if they will let me not serve the 30 days, I'm in an abusive marriage and my husband has moved my son out of our home and refuses to... Read more »
You need to get an attorney on board ASAP. It is unclear where your case is procedurally. Did you admit to the probation violation and fail to turn yourself in? Is there this a warrant for a probation violation and the recommendation from probation is that you serve 30 days in jail? This is all...Read more »
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