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Q: In North Dakota, If a girl is younger than 15, and says she is 18, (and looks 18) can you be charged for GSI?

Lucas Wynne answered on Sep 7, 2018

Yes, your best bet is to call a criminal defense lawyer like myself to discuss your options before you speak with anybody or post information about your case online.

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Q: I was sexually harassed at my job by the general manager I made the complaint to the owner of the company I was terminat

On several occasions this man make gestures to me about him and his wife having an open relationship the night I work the bar wedding reception he stayed the entire time down there with me seven and a half hours and rubbed up against me continuously and if I needed to help in this area help but I... Read more »

Lucas Wynne answered on Aug 14, 2018

You should retain a lawyer to assist you. If your story occurred as-described, you likely have a claim. Attorneys like myself assist people who are wrongfully terminated for similar reasons.

1 Answer | Asked in Federal Crimes and Sexual Harassment for North Dakota on

Q: sexual assault

My fiancé is being charged with this right now but they don't have anything other than he said she said what will happen I need help or advice to help understand what's going to happen

Nicholas Nelson answered on Feb 9, 2018

There are too many unanswered questions to render any legal advice. "He said, she said" testimony may or may not be admissible in court proceedings. Statements by the defendant, your fiancé, are likely to be admitted into evidence, and testimony by the alleged victim may or not be admissible... Read more »

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Q: I'm 16 and pregnate, the father is 18 how do we keep him from getting in trouble so he can support us?

Under 2 years apart in age, my parents kicked me out and disowned me. Won't sign for us to get married. Would not listing him as father protect him? I also heard that I could get a court to declare me independent then I could marry him? We live in North Dakota. Need an answer quickly please.

Lucas Wynne answered on Oct 5, 2017

If you were older than fifteen at the time the child was conceived and the other party is within three years of your age and the act was consensual, no law has been broken.

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Q: Sexual assault

My fiancé is being charged with sexual assault right now but they don't have anything other than he said she said. I need help to understand what's going to happen

Lucas Wynne answered on Oct 5, 2017

The prosecutor and police will collect evidence ton use against your fiancé, the court procedure will include multiple appearances and may include a trial. If your finacé doesn't have an attorney, then your fiancé will be in a very difficult situation.

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