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Maury Devereau Beaulier

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  • My girlfriend and I recently got kicked out of a restaurant because my ex girlfriends boyfriend was bartending.

    We weren't causing any trouble. We didn't even make eye contact with him. All we were doing was eating our supper out on the patio as nd having a beer. The manager said we had to leave because he "didnt have a safe work environment". Is there any...

    Maury’s Answer

    No. Such decisions are entirely within the discretion of the private establishment so long as you weren't discriminated against based on statutory protections of race, creed, color etc.

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  • My son died and after his death 30+ hospital employees were fired after looking at his private files. Plus , the drug he die

    died from 2ce, all over the news. First to die from this drug. Sold in Canada , told from health board to pull from shelf

    Maury’s Answer

    I am sorry for your loss. However, you did not post a question.

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  • Can I beat this dwi case I am a nurse and could lose my nursing license.

    I brought someone police station because they were freaking out in the my car. The officer asked me to get out of my car so I did and wanted me to go insides so I did. I was having a panic attack and he assumed I was under the influence of drugs....

    Maury’s Answer

    It would appear that you may have defenses. However, you must have your case reviewed by an experienced DWI attorney.

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  • Discovery time limit for prosecution?

    It has been 5 months .. one lame excuse after another or the attempt to control what parts of MY dash cam video I can review... The dash cam is also an assistive device for my brain injury.. and counts as one under the ADA

    Maury’s Answer

    You file a motion to compel production of the information requested and if it's not provided you file a motion to dismiss.

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  • If i want to seperate from my husband .. is there papers to fill and file first?

    Do I have to report that im seperating?

    Maury’s Answer

    I am afraid that it is not so simple. You must commence a legal separation action by serving and filing a Summons and Petition for legal separation. if there are custody and parenting time disputes, those may be resolved by filing a motion for Temporary Relief as part of the proceedings and arguing the matter before the court. Ultimately, if the parties cannot agree on final issues, there must be a trial.

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  • I cheated on my husband. And i want to seperate from him and take my car and daughter .. but he wont let me!

    The car title is with my name and a co signer .. and he wants to keep the car ... and i want to leave with my daughter but wont let me take her ... he wants to report for kidnapping if i leave with her!

    Maury’s Answer

    First, if you do not have a court order regarding custody and parenting time, each parent is deemed proper to care for the child. That, of course, may create a bit of a tug of war when it comes to the children. he has as much of a right to care for the children as you. That means you must either resolve the matter by agreement or file an action in Court for a legal separation, custody and/or divorce and seek an order that addresses custody. You should retain counsel.

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  • Does a mother have more power over who her child can see?

    That my daughters grandmotheris trying to threten me with taking me to court and about her getting more time with my daughter when i dont think it is a good idea.

    Maury’s Answer

    A Grandparent may be able to seek grandparenting time under Minnesota STatutes. The matter would have to be reviewed to determine if there is standing for such an action. If there is standing for such an action, a court determines grandparenting time based on the arguments of the parties and what it believes to be in the child's best interests.

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  • Can evidence that was attempted to be obtained illegally (and caught doing so), be subpoenaed ?

    blood test, with the intent for a liver screen but only a chemical/alcohol screen was done... (one medication i take has a medical alert for it and there is one on my DL) The officer had ignored all mobility and medical alerts and my verbal expla...

    Maury’s Answer

    I am afraid that I do not understand the question. Were you charged with an offense? If so you may acquire all reports and evidence as part of the discovery process.

    Certainly law enforcement can seek a warrant for any evidence they believe exists. If there is not a sufficient basis for the warrant, any such evidence may be suppressed.

    It would appear that you need to retain a lawyer.

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  • What measures can I take to stop my ex's mother from emotionally abusing my children?

    Formally divorced since April of 2014. I have 60% custody, two minor children (7 & 3 y.o.). My ex-husband and his parents severely emotionally abuse my children. They bad-mouth me, bash me, try to set them against me, punish them when they say t...

    Maury’s Answer

    The answer would depend on the gravity of the conduct,its impact on the children and whether there is evidence that can support the contention. , That would require a much more thorough review of the situation. Mediation may be required as well. Ultimately a motion seeking a remedial order may have to be filed where relief may range from a limitation of parenting time to simple language that precludes such vilification. You must speak with a lawyer in person.

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  • My wife of 24 years is divorcing me and asking for lien in her favor of $150,000, her name not on mortgage, came she do this?

    her name was originally on it and then it was refinanced. But because of her credit at the time it was best to just use my name to do the refinance. She is citing irretrievable breakdown of the marriage. The last property tax statement shows Es...

    Maury’s Answer

    I am not sure that I understand what you are asking. First, it does not matter how an asset is titled. Each party to a marriage is presumed to have a marital interest . That means, your wife is entitled to one half of the equity in the homestead that accrued during the marriage. How she is paid out on her interest would require negotiation, sometimes creative thinking, and an exchange that considers other assets.

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