Joseph D. Allen's answer Make sure to document your encounters with the employer, and save all of the inappropriate/harassing texts (preferably on a separate device from your phone). You should speak with an employment/labor attorney about the facts of your case.
Joseph D. Allen's answer It seems that the neighbor may have invaded your privacy- but this partially depends on whether you had a reasonable expectation of privacy in your back yard. It may be a close call in this situation, as your yard was visible from nearby residences. It is also possible that his actions of wearing the t-shirt was done with the intent to cause you emotional or other harm. This may be a situation where a letter from your attorney would do the trick- or it may be that this guy needs to be sued....
first: consent can only be granted WHEN the statutes allow for consent. It is NOT a defense if you thought she was older.
IF you are 20, and she's 17, it is OK if she consents. If you are 21 and she's 17, it isn't generally OK. The age of seniority in Maryland (adulthood) is 18. If the other person is not 18, the sex would need to fit into one of the exceptions. Being 17 and consenting to sex with a 20 year old is an exception.
Thomas Joseph Maronick Jr's answer They are supposed to contact the parents of the alleged abused individual. Parents are to be notified depending on what kind of school and what level of school this was.
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