You may need to contact an attorney in Minnesota, explain how much money you have available to pursue the lawsuit, try to narrow the focus of your claim, and see if you wish to proceed. You can look at local ads and call a couple in the morning. Discuss fees. Hire the one you like, and take the retainer to the first meeting.
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Frankly, your post is quite confusing. And, it seems that you have a lot of issues that you wish to bring to court. Unfortunately, given the nature of your posting, I think you'll have a hard time finding an attorney who will do all this, especially one that will do so for free. I think you're probably out of luck here.
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