You can notarize any document you sign. However, the notarization only affirms that the signature is genuinely yours. It does not create any other legal rights nor does it signify anything more than that. You speak of a "true legal document." A notarization does not make a signed...Read more »
Him who? You? This document will probably not have any legal effect due to the passage of time, since the subject of harassment is now over 50 years old. Statute of limitations has long run out after this passage of time. There is no legal prohibition to the creation of such a statement, if the...Read more »
My ex and I broke up a month ago since then he’s confessed to cheating on me several times and confessed to injecting meth behind my back. He’s tried to get me back but I do not want any part of him. He is now accusing me of hacking into his computer and phone and saying he has proof from... Read more »
Thanks for your post. IMO, the police are not likely to be very excited that your bf got his collection of nudes erased, unless he is a dealer in fine art. Being a self confessed meth injector kinda points the other way. And go over there "with clean lady parts"?? What does that mean?...Read more »
I'm in california , we've referred to the digital penetration as sex , I just wanted to know if that can still cause him to be charged with statutory rape , and if so is there anything that can lessen the consequences ?
Cal. Penal Code § 289 provides: "(h) Except as provided in Section 288, any person who participates in an act of sexual penetration with another person who is under 18 years of age shall be punished by imprisonment in the state prison or in a county jail for a period of not more than one...Read more »
She would bend over directly and front of my friends so they can get a good view I guess When she's gane undressed or dressing in a Room the door be partially open she does have any curtains on Her bedroom windows so and it's a real low window directly by the carport
I am sorry this happened to you. Such an invasion of your personal space and body is not acceptable. However there are many reasons why raising it now, a couple of years later, might be problematic. As to your question, your exposure to a claim of slander would depend in large part on the...Read more »
Sexual assault is both a crime and a civil wrong. The district attorney decides whether to pursue a criminal action or not, you get to him by reporting the crime to the police in a timely manner, so they can gather evidence.
For a civil wrong, you are entitled to recover damages, the same...Read more »
I replied with a thumbs up. After realizing what I did, I look up the person and found she is 17 years old. I’m 25 years old. I’m in California and she’s in Florida. Within 5-7 minutes I deleted the message, not sure if it worked, and then blocked her. Have I broken any federal laws or state laws?
The picture is of a person I follow on Snapchat. The picture is of the person’s side profile with her bottom arched out and the caption “am I thick?”. I replied with a thumbs up. After realizing this, I looked up her age, went back to Snapchat, attempted to delete message before it was seen,... Read more »
A family member knocked on my hotel room door. My husband answered by cracking the door open. The person asked to speak to me and my husband told him no because I was not dressed. He said he wanted to speak to me. I was laying in our hotel room bed naked- and I too responded that I was naked. He... Read more »
So you have posted this on another site. The answer will be the same. Allegations of sexual assault are always serious. The mere fact that the police were not waiting for the alleged assaulter this morning is really meaningless. This co-worker should take this very seriously. He should find...Read more »
3 women are being sued into silence for posting a man's misognistic conversation publicly online when he basically openly says its ok to sexually harass women instead of giving them promotions. He has filed a restraining order against them, even though they haven't publicly talked about... Read more »
Unfortunately this is not the place to solicit an attorney to work for you. You need to immediately locate and retain an attorney to defend yourself against these claims. Any delay in doing so might result in a default being taken against you and you will be prohibited from putting up a defense...Read more »
Yes, it's illegal in the United States. In California, it's considered statutory rape. If you traveled outside of California for the purpose of engaging in sexual relations that would be illegal in California, that is also illegal.
It's not too late. Go to the police first. You are the victim of statutory rape. Contact a therapist or a crisis hotline to seek help without your feelings. You are within the statute of limitations for a civil claim against your coach and the high school. The high school can be liable...Read more »
It’s against the law in California to possess, produce or distribute “obscene matter” depicting children younger than 18. This would be a violation of PC 311, the state’s child pornography law. In cases where both parties are under 18, state courts have been known to show some leniency....Read more »
I rented a room w/ a company which advertises and states in their lease agreement to find “suitable roommates”. One of the roommates made advances of a romantic nature multiple times. I declined and showed disinterest each time. His behavior was unfriendly and a bit hostile, then became... Read more »
A license to California attorney can represent you anywhere in the state. It makes sense however to hire someone who is local to you as they are familiar with local court processes, judges and prosecutors. The fee you would pay would correspond with the charge you have any criminal history you...Read more »
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