answered on Apr 26, 2021
Children under 12 do not have to testify in sexual offense criminal cases see Section 15-25-31 of the Code or Alabama. It says "An out-of-court statement made by a child under 12 years of age at the time the statement is made concerning an act that is a material element of any crime involving... Read more »
Their sons was asking my coworkers if they thought that I was a crackhead and at the end of my employment. That same son made some sexual advances towards me. This caught me off guard, had me extremely nervous, uncomfortable and scared. Because of my fear of him and loosing my job, when he asked me... Read more »
answered on Jul 8, 2020
Hi, there is a claim called "quid pro quo" sexual harassment. This occurs when a job benefit is directly tied to an employee submitting to unwelcome sexual advances. Based on what you stated above, it sounds like your continued employment was tied to you going on a date with the... Read more »
On the internet. He accessed my google account from his computer due to him knowing my account information and got the videos like that.
answered on Aug 15, 2018
I understand. Putting intimate pictures on the web is never a good idea.
I have permanent residency in the state of New York, with a level III sexual misconduct violation. I work in Alabama but have no residency in Alabama. Law-enforcement in Alabama seems to think I need to register as a sex offender in Alabama even though that is not a registrable offense in New... Read more »
answered on Apr 15, 2018
I am not licensed in AL. I deal with Sex Offender Registration (SOR) in Arkansas only.
Hire an AL lawyer with experience in SOR issues.
Do NOT rely on lack of registrarion requirement in NY or the “my residence is not in Alabama” game. Reside/residence/temporary... Read more »
We had spoken for a while with a romantic tone, and she out of the blue sent me a picture last night of her in a baggy top with a bit of her chest showing. I'm really scared
answered on Mar 30, 2018
WARNING: I am not your lawyer and providing you with the generic information, definition, clarification or explanation you seek about a legal matter on this anonymous forum does not make me your lawyer. By answering your question I am only trying to provide you with general... Read more »
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