My 16-year-old daughter and her 18 year old boyfriend A few other juveniles went to the park to go watch a fight with her boyfriend and a nother kid they started fighting and when fighting the other kids seen my daughter's boyfriend being stabbed my daughter jumped on them and punch them a... Read more »
My ex got arrested for criminal recklessness and when I gave my statement at the scene I told the officer he was dating an underage girl because of gossip I had heard, and because he was fighting with said minor at the time of the incident. They are now trying to charge him with sexual misconduct... Read more »
It is unlikely that the prosecutor is basing such charges on just your hearsay statements. You never should have given irrelevant statements at the scene to begin with, but that is all water under the bridge. To protect yourself, consult a criminal defense attorney to make sure you are not facing...Read more »
Till I was 18. When I reached 18 she said I couldn't have it till 19. Well I'm 21 now and she has yet to tell me any information about my money. When I was around 16 she said that she didn't have it anymore that they had used it and she invested it in the stock market without my... Read more »
You are legally entitled to the money that was left to you as a minor. Your mother as your custodian had a duty to hold that money for you until you came of age. You need to consult with an attorney as soon as possible to discuss your options as there may be an issue with the statute of limitations...Read more »
It happened at home in the kitchen. He choked me and punched me in the face and I didn't hit him. I did pinch the back of his neck to get him to stop choking me. I have a mark on my back from this and witnesses that saw my face was red and swollen from where I was punched. Our mom decided not... Read more »
Are you sure you want to get the authorities involved? Once you call the police, the decision on whether charges are filed is entirely with the prosecutor. You will have to give a statement, and if the case goes to trial, you will have to testify. Of course you can go against your mom's...Read more »
My sister and i got into a fight,she is 19 and im 16, she hit me multiple times and i told her to back off, in self defense i put her in a sleeper hold, the only thing i could think of doing at the time to incapacitate her, is that grounds for pressing charges against her?
First, before doing anything drastic, I recommend reaching out to social services or an organization that might help you out. Any young person is at an increased risk for all sorts of bad things, and it's wise to ask people for help.
With that said, the law that applies in Indiana is...Read more »
I am assuming you are under 18. Assuming no other reason for getting in trouble, merely disobeying your parents will not necessarily cause legal problems. Now if you run away from home or become involved in delinquent acts, that is another matter. If you are under 18, you should obey your...Read more »
I'm 17 and will be 18 this year. I missed court for my possession charge, leaving home without permission, and out past curfew. Then I ranaway for a week . I got caught and they sent me to juvy for 34 days . When I got out they dropped my possession charge but I still have the other 2 charges... Read more »
There must be more to it than that. The 25 year could potentially be contributing to the delinquency of the 16 year old, for example. Curfew, drinking, smoking, other delinquent conduct? If any of these are factors, then CPS could get involved.
I used marijuana, and quit during a pregnancy, other issues after baby was born, not during(drugs) finished treatment, baby's father almost done with treatment, but after 8 months had positive month swabs and missed 2 caseworker on vacation and unexpected was supposed to go to office to take,... Read more »
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