So I was 17 and he was 31 when it started. I thought it was fine but there were red flags, I know I could call this in because I was used but I’m afraid of getting in legal trouble too, I didn’t know his card was stoll on my Amazon prime and ended up using it to make a large purchase (I was... Read more »
I was scammed a large amount of money for virtual goods (one of the people scammed me in BTC aswell) before I was medicated. I disavowed my contract with them, and told them that I want my money back (under “Contracts with minors 4318.02). I’m also on the... Read more »
You may have a claim under various consumer protection and unfair business practice Acts. Contact a member of the Consumer Attorneys of California who deals with consumer debt issues. They give free consults.
I don't know what you meaning by "grooming" but it would not be a good idea. If you were to engage in any sexual activity (not merely intercourse but "petting", oral, sending each other pic's of yourselves nude, etc.) you could be charged with lewd acts with a minor,...Read more »
Er didn't notify us test was even being done. It was a dip stick test with no 2nd confirmation test. One positive test followed by 6 negitive tests including on day of birth mom and baby tested clean. Cord blood came back clean. Mother has no criminal history of any kind, minor and adult.... Read more »
More information is needed. The mother needs to find and obtain a lawyer with experience in Indian Child Welfare law in order to protect and assert her rights. If she needs your assistance, you need to remember that she will be the client and few attorneys will get involved in advising a client...Read more »
i am 17, will be 18 in six months , and i want to move out now , i have a stable place to live once i move out but my parents aren’t letting me . is there a way to move out anyways ? if not what are the consequences if i do it ? will the person i move with be charged as well ?
I had custody of children, mom was on supervised visits. 11/13/19 I could not attend court, judge granted mom alternate weekends. Minute order was typed wrong and mom took advantage and took the children. Children have suffered sever emotional abuse and false imprisonment. I just got the transcript... Read more »
The age of consent, at the time applying only when the girl is the younger party, was 10 when California introduced its Penal Code in 1850. In 1889 the age of consent was raised to 14. In 1897 the age of consent became 16. The age of consent in California has been 18 since 1913. Some media sources...Read more »
The intricacies of International Law and Federal Law. Here is the problem, in the U.S. child pornography and its possession are prohibited under federal and state laws. If you possess it in the US you are committing a crime. A "child" is strictly defined in federal law as someone under...Read more »
My granddaughter is 14 years old her mom jumped on her and she defended her self and got thrown in jail she got out missed her court date then she has been on the streets for the last 6 months what can I do to help her and her mom doesn't care what happens to her and she call to ask for money... Read more »
I was going to say she should file to be an "emancipated minor" but your last line says she lives in LA, not CA. She needs to seek help from an attorney in LA for both her criminal situation (sounds like self defense) and her parental situation. Look on Justia for an LA attorney that...Read more »
I was 15 and told my employer that I was actually 16, and even wrote it on the application and orientation paperwork. This was in California. It was a McDonalds. Whenever someone like my managers would ask me, I would always tell them 16 instead of 15. They still don’t know, and I still work there.
Dude, you are in REALLY BIG TROUBLE NOW!!! The punishment is that you will have to eat at McDoo every day for the rest of your life!!! So if this comes from Detroit, MI and the McDoo is in CA, and you STILL work there, you must have one heck of a commute to get to work every day. You mix tenses,...Read more »
permitting a 12 yr. old to take laptop into bathroom for extended amounts of time unsupervised, then discovering GRAFIC sexual content performed for adults in an online account yet not deleting pics and videos, not closing account, not notifying authorities, not enrolling child in counseling nor... Read more »
She says her father kicked her out of the house but I think she ran away. She says her father is physically and verbally abusive and doesn’t feed her. She says this is the third time he kicks her out of the house. Her father is looking for her and I don’t know what to do. How long is she able... Read more »
You could get into trouble since you are not the guardian of this child. If the parents are verbally or physically abusing the child, she should report it to the police, but this may lead to juvenile detention. She could file a petition to be declared an emancipated minor. She should, at least,...Read more »
If you are off the grid, why would you have to go to the police to ask permission to live with a family friend, or anywhere? I am assuming that you are still under 18. You can file a petition for emancipation before you are 18 that would give you the right to live away from your parents. You can...Read more »
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