A Minnesota attorney could answer best, but your question remains open for two weeks. Until you have a meaningful consult with a local attorney based on all the details of the matter, nationwide, insurance carriers will usually come back to recover their funds upon discovering bookkeeping errors....Read more »
If a driver who has been cited for traffic violations pays the fine without contesting it in court, that driver loses; will have both a court record and a driver's license record of conviction(s). So the question I would ask is: "Why would a cited driver *not* contest those charges in...Read more »
My ex and I broke up after he assaulted me and broke the order after being released from jail. He claims I destroyed his things and moved in with ex and got an order for protection against me. Can I move states with my kids legally? He has domestic abuse charges and drug and alcohol problems. He... Read more »
I was stopped for a few moments in front of the UPS store in the south metro (Dakota County), it was marked with no parking signs welded to a old wheels, and no yellow markings on the curb. An individual approach Me and after a tense conversation he mentioned he was going to take a picture of my... Read more »
If my boyfriend signs my son's birth certificate and the recognition of parentage could the other possible father of my son (who is in prison mind you) make me get a court ordered paternity test taking my boyfriends rights to my son away if the other guys test comes back that he's his... Read more »
This is really more of an employment law question rather than a criminal law question. I’d suggest answering the question in that forum. But I don’t believe that there would be anything illegal about using your maiden name.
Not sure what's your question however if you were the driver involved in an accident, then what you state is probable cause to ticket you for either hit and run or leaving an accident scene or some equivalent. You might have legal defenses to the ticket but the law enforcement would have...Read more »
Presumably you have the implied consent license revocation from your first DWI on your record. But you certainly need an attorney to address this issue along with all the other issues that accompany a DWI case.
The officer took my ID and returned to his car while I looked up my insurance info. He returned with a ticket for speeding and no proof of insurance. I showed him proof of insurance. He said he couldn't remove the ticket because it would be more work and I needed to send the proof in.... Read more »
I was driving to get dinner 2 nights ago, I dropped my wallet and reached down to grab it, and I grazed a parked car. Minimal damage to the other vehicle, but my vehicle was disabled. There were no injuries. I had a few beers before I drove, and have prior DUIs. If I received another, I would have... Read more »
This is already a bad situation. Don't compound it by falsely claiming that the vehicle was stolen. That isn't going to make things better and likely could result in additional charges for not only hit & run, but also for falsely reporting a crime. The likelihood of getting out of...Read more »
we have never signed a contract regarding pto nor has a published employee handbook stating pto guidelines been given to me. i am a salaried employee and my time off has never been an issue before as long as my hours are worked at some point or my work is up to date.
I have heard of things being taken down if you mention Jeep but If the item is specifically made for a certain year Jeep then how are you supposed to sell it?? The decals I sell do not use any of their protected logos but just fits certain years due to their shape and location.
The road was a dead end as I tried to turn around I got stuck in the snow. While I was getting my truck out I slid side ways a little into a green power box it damaged my truck I walked after getting unstuck it had a dent but looked fine. Got a call 3 days later apparently it knocked power out for... Read more »
The charge is a misdemeanor because there was property damage involved. You will need to appear in court for this and you should strongly consider getting an attorney - either a private attorney or a public defender if you cannot afford one. You are unlikely to lose your license, particularly if...Read more »
Consider a Driving While Impaired Case. It would begin with a police officer's traffic stop of a driver. The police officer would need reasonable articulable suspicion of a crime, or an observed violation of a traffic law. Either-or both. In the case of crossing the fog line, i have had...Read more »
There are two separate issues here. The constitutionality of your encounter with law enforcement. Was the traffic stop legitimate? Was the search of your purse constitutional permissible? Issues along those lines could result in suppression of the evidence against you and dismissal of the...Read more »
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