Currently going for custody of my daughter, the mother had an ofp against me through out her pregnancy citing that I abused her on ONE occasion, she filed the ofp at least a month after the alleged abuse and the police were never called.
To my understanding everything she said in the ofp... Read more »
The short answer is no. I’m not sure which attorneys told you that you shouldn’t hire a lawyer for the OFP hearing, but that wasn’t good advice. There is no way to unring the bell and have the judge ignore that a different judge made a finding that there was domestic abuse.
I m looking for help. My car was taken by the police early September it is still on a hold according to defective it is on a homicide hold. That is all the information I was given. Im wondering if there is anything you all can suggest in hope that my car can be released
A few months back I was pulled over for speeding. The officer asked if I had been drinking and I told him that I had a few drinks earlier in the night. I performed some Field Sobriety Tests and was asked to use a breathalyzer. The breathalyzer showed a blood alcohol content of .079. Being that the... Read more »
What am I looking at for time is there going to be bail? And allegedly cops have stopped old residence for my warrants and also said I'm looking at being charged with other charges due to my purse and cell phone being found miles from area where a person fled from state patrol in stolen... Read more »
Once your attorney has the criminal Complaint(s) and Sentencing Order(s), they will be able to tell what the maximum and more likely amount of jail time is possible. The court would likely set bail on the new charges within a day or two (excluding weekends). But on the probation violation, it...Read more »
More information is needed to answer your question. In some cases, the Family Medical Leave Act and/or the Americans with Disabilities Act, as well as state laws, can provide you with job protection for missing work due to a serious medical issue. You should contact an employment law attorney in...Read more »
Hello, I am in the middle of a child support fight. Deciding how much money is owed to the other. Two kids involved. One of the parents works in the restaurant field and makes tips. Not all tips are included in the taxable income.
Yes, of course, every speeding ticket can be contested, and should be. Focus on the desired outcome. Perhaps that can be met by agreement. Next, gather all facts and keep an open mind to all possible legal defenses. That defense may be the best available, or another might be better. If it's...Read more »
From the start my kids have not wanted dads gf and kids with on their supervised visits, but he Dosent care or acknowledge their feelings/wants. Situations keep happening & things keep getting worse and he will not remove the problem for the sake of his kids. What else can I do for my kids?
It depends upon what restrictions are put in his parenting time in the divorce decree. If it doesn’t prohibit his GF and kids, he can bring them unless you bring a motion to modify and can demonstrate that a prohibition is in your kids’ best interests.
If convicted (by paying the fine or losing a trial), yes. Wisconsin will report the conviction to the Minnesota Department of Public Safety for inclusion on the driver's license record (assuming a Minnesota driver's license). To avoid that, fight the ticket in Wisconsin to try to...Read more »
It's difficult to understand what might be a question here. Is the situation one where a person is on probation in a criminal case, and the period of the stayed sentence is about to expire, but two conditions of the stay have not yet been completed? If so, the Probation Officer may ask the...Read more »
Employer is doing madatory tip pooling, along with giving our tips to the following morning shift if not satisfied by our work at the end of the night. The daughter of the owner's works mainly morning shift almost everyday. Most of the emplyees are minors including me. There are about 18... Read more »
You should make your parents aware of this matter and if they choose, they can call me to discuss your options. Another avenue is to have your parents contact the MN Department of Labor and Industry's wage and hour division. Hope that helps. leliilaw.com
I completed everything except the driving with care and the med impact panel I'm from Minnesota I work full time in healthcare I lost my grandma and my mother just in the last 7 months due to covid plus nine of my residents that have been long term with me I have complied with everything that... Read more »
I would expect that a probation violation might be filed. I’d suggest that you complete the driving with care and victim impact panel ASAP. Additionally, telling the court that you’ve done everything that was asked of you is a bad idea because you haven’t. You haven’t completed the DWC...Read more »
my mom is undocumented. I recently saw that she can get a visa through her siblings since they were born here. However, both of them sponsored my aunties husband to get his visa. Can they still sponsor her? How long does the process usually take?
Have time a curfew at the house and didn't want to arrive home late, so I had to rush to get home fast and, my mom was sick, so I had to take care of her in all ways, so I had to sacrifice myself for hers.
i was trying to know if I can go on probation for the ticket I've received
There isn't really a question here. Were you charged with speeding? Have you already paid the fine and consequently plead guilty to the speeding ticket? You need to more clear on what you are asking for anyone to help you.
My organization works with youth involved in the criminal justice system and formerly homeless and/or sexuallly exploited youth. We recently evicted a 26 year old resident who has been tresspassed, however sits just off property and heckles staff and residents. He has also been accused of selling... Read more »
The request for a Harassment Restraining Order is pretty straightforward. You would simply need to submit one in the county where the facility is located. An HRO could prohibit the former client from being within a certain distance of the facility. You are going to have difficulty submitting a...Read more »
Even if the First Amendment protects free speech (slogans do fall under that), their purpose, content and meaning may be falling outside of the First Amendment protection if the slogan calls for violence, incites riots, unrests, or promotes open...Read more »
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