Multiple Driving without a license violations usually will result in a jail sentence if there is a conviction. The person charged would be very wise to retain legal counsel. A new conviction would also result in a new cancellation of that license.
Your case would have to be reviewed to determine what defenses apply. However, you can be charged with a DWI if the officer has reason to believe that you are under the influence of alcohol or other narcotics. The observations of the officer may be critical in that regard.
You must contact an attorney immediately to review the specifics of your case.
Custody Agreements that are not properly prepared and then memorialized as part of a court order are unenforceable. If the mother does not change her mine, the parties can execute a Stipulation and Order to Modify Custody that memorializes the change as well as any parenting schedules. It must then be properly presented to the Court for entry as a court order.
If there is no agreement, the standard used by a court to determine a modification of custody may depend on whether a prior...
It would be difficult. You would have to show they breached some duty to you - that they were aware or should have been aware of a defective condition and did not remediate it and htat you were one of those protected by the conduct.
Your case would have to be reviewed to determine possible defenses. However, based on the information provided, it would seem that some very good defenses may exist. You should immediately contact experienced legal counsel.
I am afraid that if your conditions of probation include a DANCO - which is a domestic abuse no contact order - any contact with the ex would likely result in a probation violation where you would face any jail time stayed and/ or fines. You cannot violate those conditions even if the other person wishes that to occur. To remove the restraining provisions, you must file a Motion to modify conditions of release.
you should retain experienced counsel. For a consultation call 612.240.8005.
Grandparents may have an ability to seek a court order granting them visitation with grandchildren under certain conditions. Those conditions are set forth in Minnesota statutes. Your case would have to be reviewed to determine if a basis existed for such an action.
A third party custody action is much more difficult and would require a showing that the parents were endangering the children generally.