He placed his phone onto the ground while I was attempting to pick something up and I happened to noticed him sliding his phone on the floor beneath my skirt. Obviously I feel violated and want to know what I can legally do.
If you feel you have been discriminated against by actions of your supervisors or co-workers at your workplace because of your race, age, gender (including sexual harassment), sexual orientation or national origin, religion or marital status or because you have a disability, or feel you have been...Read more »
I sent sexually explicit images with expectation the images will remain private, but I now have reason to believe that they may be distributed via text message, printed out and posted at work, email, snapchat, instagram, etc. Is there any type of letter that can be sent from a lawyer to discourage... Read more »
Believing you might be embarrassed and actually being embarrassed are not the same. You will have to be much more certain that whoever received your explicit photos either has or soon will post them on some public forum before most lawyers will agree to write them a letter--or take any other...Read more »
I have tried everything from moving positions at my job due to working for the same company to blocking him on every social media outlet I have. He is still finding ways to contact my family and I through either postal mail or online. He will not leave me alone despite telling him since February... Read more »
Yes you can sue someone from "knowingly passing" herpes virus and obtain monetary damages. A person who "knowingly passes" a venereal disease to another person is subject to criminal prosecution, please see F.S. Chapter 384.
Once a victim files a criminal complaint the victim has little of no say over what the state's attorney will do with it. You can try to ask the case worker to help you withdraw the criminal complaint; however, the state does not have to do that.
Teacher, roughly 50 years old, touched me inappropriately (Put hand on my thigh, tickled me, pressed crotch area against my behind area) throughout the course of 3 months. Also made comments about fighting my boyfriend for me (jokingly), and other small kinds of flirty comments. I am 18. I only... Read more »
Based upon the facts as stated by you, there does not appear to be nearly enough salient operative facts upon which to bring criminal charges. These same facts may be enough to present a prima facie case of sexual harassment, but IMPO the defense could easily defeat the claim after investigating...Read more »
I was molested by my brother in law multiple times for almost four years, through out those four years, I was underage. I went through the entire interviewing proces and investigation, but as soon as I went to get a case at my city’s court house, they told me because I had no proof/ no witnesses... Read more »
He was messaging me suggesting I go along with him on a trip out of the country then ended it by saying jk your husband wouldn’t allow with a winky face. Then continued to message me asking if I’ve been to a place and I said no and he asked if I know where it is and I said no and he told me... Read more »
No. Although simply harassing you doesn't just automatically create the right to file a lawsuit. You should first report the harassment to your company, and obtain legal advice, including paying for legal advice if this situation is not resolved.
Is in both our names do they have to evict separately because we're not married? Also, the eviction is for past rent, which I have a letter stating that as long as we pay extra each week (which we have been doing) we avoid eviction. The eviction is signed by a different person than the name on... Read more »
Unless it involves sexual harassment by a federal officer or employee, chances are that it is state. But it doesn't matter unless you plan to litigate it, and you definitely don't want to do that without an attorney who specializes in such cases. Ask that attorney.
Sexual harassment is unwelcome sexual advances, requests for sexual favors or other verbal or physical conduct of a sexual nature which interferes with an individual work performance which is so severe or pervasive to create a hostile work environment which negatively affects the term, condition or...Read more »
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