Monthly Archives: April 2011

Probation Revocations – The Austin Findings (11-08)

Following A Probation Violation Hearing (Misd, Gross Misd Or Felony), If The Court Determines There Is Clear And Convincing Evidence That A Condition Of Probation Has Been Violated (Or If The Probationer Admits The Violation), What 3 Specific Findings MUST The Court Make Before Defendant’s Probation Can Be Revoked And The Sentence Executed?

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HOUSING COURT – EVICTIONS: 10 BASIC RULES EVERY JUDGE MUST KNOW (11-07)

Eviction Laws And Procedure Are Creations Of Statute And At Times Can Be Complex And Confusing. Although Hennepin And Ramsey County Have Judges/Referees That Specialize In This Area, For Much Of The State, Judges Preside Over Eviction Cases With Little Or No Prior Experience. The Following 10 Basic Rules Apply To All Landlord-Initiated Eviction Actions, Not Tenant-Initiated Remedy Actions.

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