This could be a violation of the school’s individual dress code and student behavior and possibly a criminal charge of indecent exposure. It is best to contact an attorney who can assess the specifics of your circumstances and provide you with a more tailored response.
This 13-year old does not obey parents, threatens them and dog with knife, steals. Has already been to juvenile facility for breaking mother's nose. Is currently hospitalized but being released to mother today. Mother does not want to accept child but fear abandonment charge. Other... Read more »
It is best to contact the police, child’s probation officer and/or the juvenile court where the child’s cases have been handled. Generally, there are conditions of probation and from the sound of things, the child has committed additional offenses that would normally be considered violations....Read more »
My siblings and I have been sexually abused by our family member who raised us. The cops didn't do there job to protect us. They told me that there was to many states involved and that they couldn't do anything.
Now our family member has more kids in there household that could... Read more »
The courts and cops seam to not do there job on keeping kids safe now adays, what I am to do. She is 16 years old and very responsible. She can't stay in that home.! She wants to be with me but the courts don't like me.
If you believe the child is in danger, you may contact Child Protective Services. Without legal intervention, you have no legal right to determine where the child lives; the child’s parent and/or legal guardian must consent.
No a 15 year old cannot quit school even with parental consent in the state of Georgia. Mandatory attendance in a public school, private school, or home school program is required for children between 6 yrs and 16 yrs old. The only exception is where the child has successfully completed all...Read more »
There is a difference between being charged with a crime and being convicted of a crime based on evidence. Self defense is a very real defense and may be available to you based on the facts provided. It is always best to contact an attorney who can assess the specifics of your circumstances and...Read more »
I have a question about trespassing & assault. I cox tech came onto my property parking his van, blocking my driveway. When I asked him to move, he got Aggressive and HOSTILE saying no! He was asked to move it more than 3 times.
He was "TOLD" he is now Trespassing, to get off... Read more »
It is best to start by filing a police report against the individual who assaulted you on your property. Secondly, it is best to contact an attorney who can assess the specifics of your circumstances and provide you with a more tailored response.
It may be possible. The law is very new at this point as it relates to COVID-19 cases. It is unclear what these cases will look like. It is certainly worth consulting with an attorney who can assess the specifics of your circumstances and provide you with a more detailed response.
2 elderly parents, 3 siblings in all. GA. Parents are leaving real estate, investment holdings into 3 trusts for each kid. Eldest sibling is executor. Problematic relationship with the family. I have some debt, but also quarterly income from film and TV music I've written/produced for the past... Read more »
Uturn to tell him he couldn’t park where he was parked then he went on to ask him for his license and he told him to sit in the car he proceeded to do so his license came back good only for the officer to tell him he smelled marijuana well my boyfriend complied and told him there was marijuana in... Read more »
Help us with making sure we have the correct evidence and present it to the DA. It was done to bring about the suit . she has a Rambo lawyer so you have to be good . we have a PI that we used to gain some of the evidence .
Without out more information, it is difficult to provide you with an accurate answer. Therefore, it is best to contact an attorney who can assess the specifics of your case and provide you with a tailored response and rigorous defense.
Presumably there would be a conflict of interest if your uncle is the judge presiding over your present case. However, more information is needed before a determination can be made about him or any of the other judges. It is always best to consult with an attorney who can assess the specifics of...Read more »
I adopted my babies when they were young their mother and father signed all right over one of my babies is now 16 her mother took her to indiana and wont bring her home i have called to see what i can do was told i could go get her and could call the police dept where she was for a missing child... Read more »
Your circumstances are unfortunate. No, at the age of 16, your daughter still needs your permission. Once she reaches the age of 18, she is considered an adult and able to make decisions for herself. It is best to contact an attorney who can assist you with the specifics of your circumstances....Read more »
I turn 18 February of 2021 and I have family issues and I wanted to move with my fathers God Daughter in Atlanta my mom didnt have a problem at first until I bring it up again than she said she would call the police on me if I was to leave
Yes, you can get charged with Street Gang Activity, however being prosecuted and convicted is another matter. The law is clear about what must be proven. It is best to contact a criminal defense attorney who can assist you with the specifics of your circumstances.
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