In North Dakota, whether the police will be able to use the evidence at trial depends on whether the judge permits it - that will depend on the outcome of motion hearings, the application of the Rules of Evidence, etc.
When I never violated my probation and all fines and fees are paid before my probation is up. I Also had my updated address in there system and they sent my motion to accelerate paperwork to a place i never lived but yet they managed to send my criminal judgement paper work and my order to show... Read more »
Do not post any additional information about your case online. You do not want to reveal enough information for the police to identify you. Instead, contact a criminal defense lawyer for help. Many attorneys like myself offer free consultations. The answer to your question depends on the particular...Read more »
Like most legal answers, it really depends. What state are they living in? Is there an Order/Judgment in place? In North Dakota, if there isn't anything in place, he has as much of a right to the child as the mother does. That being said, he should not keep the child from her. There are...Read more »
Attorneys like myself offer free consultations for this type of issue. If you are charged with a crime as a result of this, you should speak with an attorney immediately. You should not be posting information about what occurred or admitting to your actions on the internet.
You simply need a lawyer willing to take your case. Before a lawyer will take your case, you should have a retainer ready to pay and know who it was that stole the dog. If you don't know who it was, it's nearly impossible to initiate the proper lawsuit.
You should be very careful when discussing your criminal case online - please do not share more information about this case publicly, call an attorney to discuss instead. Most offer free consultations.
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.
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