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Maury Devereau Beaulier

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  • Is intent to drive a crim in mn

    drove to liquer store was outside of it after purchase doors both locked keys in pocket

    Maury’s Answer

    WHether there are viable defenses would require a review f the case and its evidence. It is a crime to test with a blood alcohol content of ,08 or more within two hours of being in physical control of a motor vehicle. The question is what evidence does the prosecution have that you were in physical control of the motor vehicle, when that physical control occurred and/or that the physical control occurred and there was not post driving consumption. You should seek a free consultation from o e f the attorneys on AVVO.

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  • My case was dismissed since last year after several months of interaction prosecutor and my public defender.

    Luckily i didn't take the plea deal. It was stated that it would be forwarded to another county but months have gone by without any notification from any other county. Presently, my photos appear online, i contacted mugshot.com of the dismissal. T...

    Maury’s Answer

    An expungement would expunge the government and court records. You should certainly pursue an expungement since that is where background checks are done. Contact and AVVO attorney for that expungement.

    However, you cannot force a private company to remove the information from a website. Often they will legally extort money, seeking a payment to remove the information.

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  • Can I, having only shared legal custody of my child, be reliable for my child's school attendance?

    My ex has sole physical custody, and we both share joint legal custody. During the past couple years I noticed through my child's on-line school portal that her attendance as been not up to par, especially this year; she has had 15 Absents, 12 Tar...

    Maury’s Answer

    I am not sure what your question is exactly. If you believe that the other parent is neglecting your child's education, the remedy is to seek a change of parenting time or a change of custody by filing a Motion. You may also seek to mediate the issue before proceeding to court.

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  • 3 years after my father died, my stepmother at the age 99 , was suddenly romantically courted by the family handyman aged 75

    soon we found out that the handyman had taken her to HIS attorney and had a will drawn up that left the handyman the families house and its contents. supposedly the condition was that he would live at the house and take of her until she died. She...

    Maury’s Answer

    The question is whether your stepmother was of sound mind when she made the Will or whether there was an issue of undue influence. If she was of sound mind and was not inappropriately influenced, she may designate the disposition of the house. You would have to discuss this matter with an attorney in far more detail.

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  • Does a custodial parent need permission from a non-custodial parent to take their child out of the state?

    Permission, written or verbal, was NOT granted from the non-custodial parent. Traveling across state lines or written or verbal permission needed to do so, is not stated in the custody order. What can be done, if anything??

    Maury’s Answer

    A relocation from the state requires consent from any parent who has established a parenting time schedule or by order of the court. Vacation time or other trips out of state require no such consent but should not interfere with established court orders regarding parenting time.

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  • If I have to open cases for the same crime what could I be facing ?

    I have no criminal history, so a clean record as of now until I go to court. Both crimes are in the same county, one happened in ending of February, and the other happened in May. Both are theft charges. The first one, is more serious than the sec...

    Maury’s Answer

    No one can answer those questions without far more specifics. including whether the case involves a city prosecutor or county prosecutor, the level of the offense (theft can range from misdemeanor to felony), the facts of the case, the evidence and more. These are serious matters and you must sit down with an attorney to discuss the details of your case.

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  • What do I do??

    I was standing at a bus stop and this guy passed by me. I didn’t say anything to him until he came up to me and asked me if I could do him a favor. This guy was in his early 20’s and seemed like a nice guy. I asked him “what” although I was kinda ...

    Maury’s Answer

    It sounds like fraud. You should contact the police and make a report.

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  • Can I file a motion at my review hearing?

    I have a review hearing regarding my not getting my parenting time. Since the last hearing in February I have had no parenting time. I was wondering if at the Review hearing next month I could file a motion and/or an affidavit to tell the Court wh...

    Maury’s Answer

    The answer would be up to the judge. You must get really call the judges clerk to determine whether or not they will here in motion on the same day as a review hearing. In most cases the answer is yes

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  • I want to divorce my husband but he is the sole income provider in our marriage. Can I legally make him pay alimony to me?

    There are no children, we have one car but I'm the sole driver of this car but I'm currently having a hard time finding work because of my learning disability, and short term memory loss disorder. So my husband and I live with my mother and my hus...

    Maury’s Answer

    I'm afraid much more would have to be known about your situation. There are other factors that have to be reviewed to determine whether or not spousal maintenance is a viable issue and, if so the amount and duration. Other factors include the link to the marriage, the health of each party, how long you been out of the workforce, earning capacity, assets and their division and more. You must consult with ambitions an attorney.

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  • My ex boyfriend, his fiance, his sister and mother have a restraining order against me.. can they get in trouble for contact?

    I was looking at my missed calls after group therapy and noticed I had a voicemail.. it was 'white noise' of sorts.. I Googled the number and it belongs to my ex boyfriend's sister who has a restraining order against me. I haven't contacted them i...

    Maury’s Answer

    If you are the respondent in restraining order, that restraining order affects only you. You are the one Who cannot communicate with the other party. That is true even if they contact you first. However, you should review your restraining order to make sure that those are, in fact, the terms

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