I was caught leaving campus and they told me i would need to pay it off but i didn’t have the money and i finally found my ticket should i still pay it? Or is it wiped off my record? I stopped leaving campus after the ticket.
Computers have memories longer than an elephant. You need to search the courthouse records where the ticket was issued to see what the status is. You can do this online using the ticket number or you can go to the courthouse when it reopens to the public to check it on the clerk's computers....Read more »
months ago I was kicked out,my father didn’t really care but I didn’t tell them where I was going so my fathers sister reported me missing. I still had the missing person report even though everyone including my dad knew where i was at. we got that resolved and both of them stated it was fine... Read more »
Call or get online with the Social Security Administration; explain the situation to them and they will head you down the right path. May be a slow process but just take one step at a time and don't lose your patience.
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 »
My grandson was injured while visiting family on his father side and being left in the care of his other grandmother while my daughter napped in the same house confident in the fact that she did not create this injury my daughter voluntarily took a lie detector test which she failed because she... Read more »
My friend is 17 and I am 22. She is unhappy living with her mom and they always argue. She wants to move in with me but she doesn’t think her mom will let her. If she just moves she thinks her mom will call the cops on her for running away. What can they do? Will I get in trouble if she lives... Read more »
You should be very careful when dealing with a minor. The courts have resources to deal with counseling issues and other avenues to repair child parent relationships. You could call your local Child Welfare Services office and arrange a meeting by the minor and a social worker. Have the minor...Read more »
I never noticed money was being taken from my account. It sums up to more than $2,500. I have all many receipts with her name on it to things she purchased. I live in california and want them put in a juvenile detention center. How do i do this?
You don't "press charges" you make a police report. They take it to the District Attorney who reviews the reports and decides what charges to file. Depending upon his prior record, if any, he will either get Home on Probation or Diversion. If this is not his first time, he may be...Read more »
Removed r girls from him. Cps never contact me & took r girls to Foster care. Now they don't at all want me to get r girls & now rgirls they gave to him. My question is. What would happen if I just went & took my girls from him. Can I get in trouble.
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 »
If sex is involved then both of you could end up in juvenile hall! Absent any sexual activity, there is no law against dating. However, it has been my experience that it is very hard to stop after things get heated.....
His status as an adopted child is irrelevant to any part of your question. The impediment to his legal right to sue is his age. He will need a guardian ad litem to sue on his behalf. That being said, it is completely unclear what it is you think would be the basis for a lawsuit.
You do not need a conservatorship until the child turns 18. The conservatorship then will allow you to still continue to make all of their decisions for them as you care for them. The process takes 3 or 4 months so start early. Many places can provide you with help at that time; here in San...Read more »
My son was cited intent to sell 3 thc cartridges. DA office rejected the case. I contacted the detective to get my sons phone back, and he informed me that my sons case is being referred to probation and he isn't able to give me back the phone. The only paperwork I received was from the DA... Read more »
My friend is 17 and a runaway from a foster Home. They are a little under a month away from being 17 and he was subpoenaed to his uncle court date for sexual acts done to him which is why he was in foster home.. What will happen because he is a runaway and did not go to the court date?? Will he go... Read more »
I was sentenced in 2007,when I was 19 (a youth) I received 7years for attempted murder and 25yrs to life for the gun enhancement. I have to go back for a Franklin remand can I bring up the sb 620 as well??
that represented me in juvenile court. He suggested and is confident we can successfully unseal my record, file a motion to reduce all felonies to misdemeanors, file a secondary motion to have the case dismissed by a judge, and re-seal the record. By doing so, will that make me eligible for... Read more »
Sex with a minor in CA is a crime, as consent by a minor is invalid. More details are necessary to provide a professional analysis of your issue. The best first step is an Initial Consultation with an Attorney such as myself. You can read more about me, my credentials, awards, honors, testimonials,...Read more »
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