Jonathan Matthew Holson's answer The issue is not whether you were issued a ticket because of your prior record vs. just getting a warning. The State has to prove that the speed limit was 50 mph and that you were driving faster than that. I don't honestly see driving with the flow of traffic as being a defense. But certainly whether you were clocked vs. another driver is relevant. Be aware that some of the squads have dash cams that are also equipped with GPS so that might show how fast the tropper was driving to catch up...
Thomas C Gallagher's answer I see this question was posted under both criminal law and immigration law. I am a criminal defense lawyer. This question is primarily an immigration law question. Hopefully you'll get an answer from and-or consult an immigration law attorney about it.
As a criminal defense lawyer, I do my best to study and be aware of immigration law issues my clients might face. I regularly represent non-citizen in criminal defense cases. Once a person has been charged with a crime,that becomes a...
Jonathan Matthew Holson's answer It depends on what kind of court hearing it is. You are likely fine if it is a fun of the mill hearing, but you may run into trouble if the matter is set for trial. Contact an attorney ASAP to seek help so that he or she knows what is going on.
Stefan Dunkelgrun's answer it depends. If you are the named beneficiary of the life insurance policy, the payment should go directly to you, and not through the estate. If the estate is the beneficiary of the life insurance policy, then the estate would receive the payout and distribute it to the appropriate heirs
Stefan Dunkelgrun's answer If the property was sold during the parent's lifetime, then it is not inherited property. If the property is subsequently sold, the proceeds are not considered an inheritance.
Please be aware that there are tax implications related to such a transfer, and you should consult with an attorney prior to making any such transfer.
While an individual is alive, there is no estate. If financial disbursements are made, it is considered a gift. If real estate is purchased in another...
Jonathan Matthew Holson's answer Yes. In Minnesota, 0.8 to .15 is typically a misdemeanor offense. If your test is .16 or higher, the charge becomes a gross misdemeanor, even if you do not have prior DWI's/
Thomas C Gallagher's answer You could call a "Driver Evaluator" at the Minnesota Department of Public Safety for a definitive answer. My recollection is that a person driving with a Minnesota learner's permit is legal to drive only with a licensed driver 18 years older or older. Since a person with a "limited license" (work permit) is a licensed driver, the person driving on a learner's permit should be o.k.when driving with a licensed adult. There could be a practical problem since the limited license only allows...
Jonathan Matthew Holson's answer What they can seize is generally dependent on what the search is for. It is unclear what the basis for the search warrant was so it is difficult to answer the question. Can you provide more information?
Thomas C Gallagher's answer The question, as worded, is difficult to understand. You are welcome to give a call to discuss. You should be able to get your dog back, unless there is some problem related to the dog.
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