Thank you!! I have had no interaction that provoked it besides me shaking my head. He is attempting to ban me from a hospital when I did not initiate any encounter with him, and he stormed up to me demanding the I know who he is and I better not mess around with a man like him, I have no idea what... Read more »
answered on Apr 27, 2021
You can't "press charges." You can report the matter to law enforcement. They will make the decision if charges are appropriate.
If I take the blame for their crime to save them, can the prison sentence be removed?
answered on Jan 16, 2021
If you take the blame, you also take the consequences - including a potential prison sentence. Pleading guilty to something you didn’t do is a terrible idea. Get an attorney on board to help you.
I am a 16-year old highschooler, and a certain student has been constantly harassing students, physically, verbally, and mostly sexaully.
there have been attempts to tell the school administration, but the school has a reputation for letting special-needs students get away with anything,... Read more »
answered on Feb 19, 2020
You wouldn't be pressing charges. That is a decision made by a prosecutor. You could certainly contact law enforcement about your concerns and things would go from there.
I understand he did wrong but he is only a child too and I’m scared of what the court decides. I feel like I need a lawyer maybe?
answered on Aug 7, 2019
Juvenile delinquency proceedings in Minnesota are similar but different from adult criminal proceedings. The basic procedure (discovery, plea bargaining, trial, etc.) apply, but younger juveniles often have better opportunities for rehabilitation and to avoid future problems. But to get a fair... Read more »
Isn’t that considered putting me in a hostile workplace?
answered on Nov 27, 2018
Yes, it could be. Are you still reporting to him? What the extent of the sexual harassment? Consider a consultation for a case evaluation.
answered on Aug 7, 2018
As long as your partner gives full consent, based on the information you provided, it is not illegal.
If the younger person is older than 13 and younger than 16, the older person may not be more than 48 months older.
Setting is a high school.
Male employee to female employees:
“ The sparkles in your blouse, really catch my eye” (the only sparkles we’re across near her breasts)
“Your dress really looks nice with your leggings“
“Your hair is just SO shiny, I just... Read more »
"Hello, from what I heard, you want me to attend a religious-based tribunal. From the looks of it, you are putting me on trial to see if I should remain a member of your faith. To ensure this tribunal is fair & unbiased, I will bring in my own representation & eyewitnesses to the said... Read more »
answered on Dec 19, 2017
Don't attend services at the facility of this "religion" (sounds like a cult), stop communicating with the "friend," move on with your life.
answered on Jun 1, 2017
The age of consent in Minnesota is 16, but there are some other factors that come into play, such as if the adult party is in a "significant relationship" or "position of authority" or if there are vulnerabilities involved.
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