The civil sanctions related to license revocation and the criminal sanctions of jail time or fines are separate. For a probation violation, a court may determine that:(1) probation has been violated; and (2) impose all or part of any sentence previously stayed such as jail time and fines. They may also impose additional conditions related to the probation.
If you violate the terms of the limited license, you may lose that privilege. You agree to the terms of a limited license when you...
If disputed, it is far more difficult to get the funds back and hold them until the matter can be resolved than it is to send a letter expressing the intention in the event ab objection is received. It is a standard precaution.
It is not illegal and would not support a criminal charge. However, a parent can determine who their child has contact with. If they request that no contact occur and it continues, they maybe able to file a harassment restraining order.
You will only be appointed a public defender for a pending criminal offense. One cannot be appointed for a remedial action seeking to remove your name from a sex offender registry. You must consult with private legal counsel.
Thank you for the inquiry. Your son must file a custody action which involves serving and filing a Petition. if the custody issues cannot be resolved by agreement, there must be a trial of the issues.
In any case for an original determination of custody, the court makes its ruling based on a "best interests of the child" standard. A court can makes its determination based on any facts that affect the wellbeing of the child in addition to 13 factors set forth in Minnesota Statutes. How...
Unless your court order has some restriction on who may care for the child, you must proceed with the drop off for parenting time. If you believe the caretakers are inappropriate, you may wish to mediate the issue or, ultimately file a motion with the court to modify that provision.
Maury D. Beaulier
It may be legal service, but it is not proper parental behavior and a court would certainly view dimly involving a child in such adult proceedings. There is no age listed under the rules of procedure for the person performing the service,. The age is for a person receiving service. Minnesota rules of Civil Procedure 4.02 state that personal service upon an individual must be made (by a non-party) by delivering a copy to the individual personally or by leaving a copy at the individual’s...