My girlfriends and I have been webcamming with each other in the state of California for a year now and it's become our primarymeans of income. we have recently moved to Denver Colorado and are wondering if we are breaking local obscenity laws by continuing our girl on girl sex acts for the various... Read more »
It sounds like you're within the legal norm. Without knowing the full detail of your performances, I can't give you the most direct answer. Assuming it doesn't go against any community norm for sexual acts, you're likely free to play to your heart's content.
I am an investigator with the internet crimes against children task force. I'm trying to contact you today in reference to a formal complaint that has across my desk involving yourself and a minor. As of right now you're not in any trouble but you do need to contact me as soon as you get this... Read more »
This is a scam. I heard about this exact thing on the radio the other day. They will ask you for money to make it go away. Rest assured no actual law enforcement officer would contact you this way. Just ignore it.
and the next month the new bill is even higher, we have confermation numbers but the rates is always go higher the next month. To talk to them takes all day and just when you get someone who is working to help you, the call drops. they say the will get this fixed and they never do.
Depending on the circumstances it may be criminal. If the email was sent in a threatening manner, this may also be separate criminal matter. You will need to contact your local police if you feel a crime has occurred. Also, make sure to change all your passwords to your online accounts (esp. if the...Read more »
I want to pay this young artist for work for video production (logos, etc.) because they are incredibly good. He turns 16 in January, but in order to protect myself I'm just curious if it would be legal to pay him commission as agreed on both sides for the artwork. His parents are okay with it and... Read more »
There is nothing illegal with employing a minor provided that the employment stays within the limits of state labor laws (mostly related to hours working and ending at a certain time in the evening). If you are commissioning artwork it is likely that this employment does not run afoul with any...Read more »
I believe the man will be charged on a C.R.S. 18-6-403 exploitation of a child. Colorado takes a very harsh view of any sexual material depicting children under the age of 18. Assuming no production has occurred, the possession requirements are very relaxed (owning a video or having the material...Read more »
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