As an attorney who practices criminal defense throughout North Dakota, I would first caution you not to share information about the crime being alleged. In this particular case, you should seriously consider retaining an attorney as the prosecution will not care that this is your first offense. The...Read more »
The thirteen year-old victim/witness should certainly appear for all court proceedings and may consider retaining an attorney if the prosecutor is not properly advocating for the victim. With that being said, there is nothing per se that would prohibit a victim from leaving the state unless a court...Read more »
I was wondering if I got my cousin to sign a notarized paper stating that he confesses to the crime that I did not commit how would I present it to the court?and what would happen? He looks just like me
Under 2 years apart in age, my parents kicked me out and disowned me. Won't sign for us to get married. Would not listing him as father protect him? I also heard that I could get a court to declare me independent then I could marry him? We live in North Dakota. Need an answer quickly please.
I work with a girl who is sleeping with a local police officer and she is in the courier business. Oftentimes she causes conflict with several customers on her route. When she is reprimanded, she then turns to her police officer boyfriend and obtains information about these new "enemies" and she... Read more »
Completed eval for domestic violence, in responce letter from person who gave me the eval it says that i completed classes but because i took too long to pay for my eval he wants me to take additional classes. Nothing once said about me having any sort of issue or actually needing classes
The prosecutor and police will collect evidence ton use against your fiancé, the court procedure will include multiple appearances and may include a trial. If your finacé doesn't have an attorney, then your fiancé will be in a very difficult situation.
However my immunity case was a direct factor in the sentence I received in a separate case. I have no prior convictions and the states attorney brought up my immunity case to justify the amount of time she was giving me? Do I have any legal recourse?
Your question does not make clear whether you have trial on 10/18, a preliminary hearing, an arraignment, etc. If it is a full trial, there is some likelihood that everything will be settled before the trial begins.
I have had my initial appearance for a DUI 2nd offense in 7 years in North Dakota. My pretrial conference is tomorrow and I haven't been able to get an attorney yet. I thought, and told the court that I would be able to afford one, but that hasn't been the case yet. I'm extremely anxious and not... Read more »
My son has been having problems since birth. We took him in for a COLD and doctors saw him and assumed he was a victim of child abuse because of his appreacnce (eyes are cooked, small head, wiggles his fingers and have seizures about 4 every hour, he is almost 2 but looks like 7 months )... Read more »
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