answered on May 2, 2022
Here's the better question: is that the only basis the police had for the search? Even if it was an illegal search, illegality will not be found just because you want it to be found. Instead, you will need to compose, file, and argue a successful motion - which is difficult for any... Read more »
answered on May 2, 2022
You should likely try to negotiate something called a deferred imposition of sentence if at all possible.
I had 2 girls making treats to hurt me and i barely know them. Two days ago they have jumped at me and i have been physically assulted harassed and stalked. I dont know when prosecutor will charge them but i would like to file a restraining order and i dont know first girls full name or any... Read more »
answered on Oct 5, 2021
You should file a police report. If there is a criminal case filed against them or a juvenile case, it will likely come along with an order prohibiting contact. Otherwise, you'd need to go to the courthouse and request a restraining order.
Google has received a subpoena for information related to your Google account. This email serves as notice to you that Google may produce information in response to the subpoenas unless you make a formal objection in court, as described below.
The subpoena was issued by the Plaintiffs in... Read more »
answered on Oct 14, 2020
I will simplify it: a dude is suing Playitka and Caesar's Interactive Entertainment due to what is alleged to be the operation of an illegal online gaming operation. The subpoena is attempting to identify other people who may have lost money to this operation (e.g. you) to establish a class... Read more »
I don't want to raise my child in Grand Forks and I do not want to get a place when she is already here. I have a place set up I can move to in Fargo but can I leave home legally?
answered on Sep 12, 2015
Do an internet search for "tender years doctrine in North Dakota". I believe it has been abolished.
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