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Usually, it is the county where the decedent was domiciled at death. Domicile is where someone resided with an intent to remain at the location indefinitely. For someone who just moved into a new house or apartment, a change in domicile could arise in as little as one day, there isn't a fixed number of days of residency requirement. It doesn't have a ...


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This is normal. It only seems imbalanced because only the prosecutor has been able to call witnesses so far. Under Minnesota Rule of Evidence 611: Ordinarily leading questions should be permitted on cross-examination. When a party calls a hostile witness, an adverse party, or a witness identified with an adverse party, interrogation may be by leading ...


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