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PLEADINGS ALLOWED. The claims of a party are asserted in a complaint, counterclaim, cross-claim, third (fourth, etc.)- party complaint, or complaint-in- intervention. The defenses of a party are alleged in the Answer to the pleading asserting a claim against him/her.
11.01Signature Except when otherwise specifically provided by rule or statute, pleadings need not be verified or accompanied by affidavit. An unsigned document shall be stricken unless omission of the signature is corrected promptly after being called to the attention of the attorney or party.
Pursuant to Minnesota Rules of Criminal Procedure (20.01 and 20.02), Rule 20 evaluations occur in criminal cases when there is a belief that a defendant may not be competent to proceed with the case or was not responsible at the time of the alleged offense because of mental illness or developmental disability.
Pursuant to Minnesota Rules of Criminal Procedure (20.01 and 20.02), Rule 20 evaluations occur in criminal cases when there is a belief that a defendant may not be competent to proceed with the case or was not responsible at the time of the alleged offense because of mental illness or developmental disability.
A Norgaard plea is a plea of guilty where the Defendant is unable to recall what happened at the time of the incident. A Norgaard plea may be entered when the Defendant is intoxicated or had amnesia and cannot recall the facts of the case.
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Rule 15. A party may amend a pleading once as a matter of course at any time before a responsive pleading is served or, if the pleading is one to which no responsive pleading is permitted and the action has not been placed upon the trial calendar, the party may so amend it at any time within 21 days after it is served.
Rule 8 says that the defendant can plead guilty; or no plea shall be entered. But, the defendant should not plead guilty unless under a favorable plea agreement. A not-guilty plea is unnecessary because of the presumption of innocence.
Rule 5 prescribes the procedure at the defendants initial appearance. In most misdemeanor cases, the initial appearance will also be the time of arraignment and disposition. Rule 5.02 requires the appointment of a qualified interpreter for a defendant disabled in communication.
Rule 11 does apply to search warrants and related documents filed by parties in a case. If any person filing a medical record in a civil commitment case fails to designate the medical record as non-public upon filing, the court administrator shall not reject the filing due to the failure to do so.
Rule 8 says that the defendant can plead guilty; or no plea shall be entered. But, the defendant should not plead guilty unless under a favorable plea agreement. A not-guilty plea is unnecessary because of the presumption of innocence.

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