My brother was fired from my current employer that my Father, and I still work at. This lead to a series of events of discrimination, ultimately people treating me poorly. Then, this lead to sexual harrasment that has been reported to the HR department, but the harrasment has not stopped. First it... Read more »
answered on May 24, 2023
There are Federal laws and state laws prohibiting Sexual Harassment in employment. You said you are being harassed by both a man and woman, but you haven't described how you think this is sexual in nature. Are they asking you for sexual favors? And your father too? Not all harassment is... Read more »
So I'm 23 matched with a girl on a dating app at first she said she was 23 we get off the app talked for a few days over the phone once said she was 16 then other time said she was 17 and 2 sexual was shared well a few hours ago "her father" called on the number we was texting on... Read more »
answered on Nov 17, 2022
This is most likely a scam aimed at trying to scare you into giving them money. That said, while the age of consent in Ohio is 16, an adult who engages in a sexual relationship with a minor is taking big legal risks. First, any pornographic images of the minor are highly illegal child pornography.... Read more »
And talk about cuddling and loving the 10 year old? What if said teenager offers paid for video game currency such as “robux”
Said teenager - Iowa
It happened in Ohio, but I live in Kansas now. There are also other witnesses to what happened to me. He also showed me C.P. as I was told by 2 key witnesses... This was my grandfather that did this to me
answered on Apr 19, 2022
Pursuant to Ohio Revised Code 2305.111 (C) An action for assault or battery brought by a victim of childhood sexual abuse based on childhood sexual abuse, or an action brought by a victim of childhood sexual abuse asserting any claim resulting from childhood sexual abuse, shall be brought within... Read more »
She told me she was 20 then tried to blackmail me into giving her money saying she'd say I was sexting a minor and to leak my nudes.
answered on Apr 4, 2022
If she is really a minor, yes. But this is also a common scam.
When googling the definition of Unlawful Sexual Conduct with a Minor, all definitions state the minor must be above the age of 13 and under the age of 16, if that is true how would someone get a Unlawful Sexual Conduct with a Minor - Sexual Motivation charge with an eleven year old?
answered on Dec 13, 2021
One would not. If the child is under 13, it is a rape not unlawful sexual conduct.
Soliciting a minor
Child solicitation by electronic communication device
He went an hour away to meet the girl(underage)
And the mom. He was gonna pay $100
Is he doing jail time?
How long if so
Anything I should know
answered on Aug 6, 2021
Your father needs to sit down privately with an attorney to discuss this matter ASAP. This is a serious slate of charges which could lead to a number of consequences including prison time.
I have a few questions about eviction and the right to get my taxes back from the hotel I was residing in. I think it will be a very easy case , and I was residing at the hotel when I was confronted by the general manager for allegedly soliciting, but I was told to be smart and not to have any... Read more »
answered on Aug 3, 2021
This doesn’t really sound like an easy case and is complicated. Make sure you contact an employment law attorney as soon as possible to discuss this in more detail. Some will offer free initial consultations.
Attorney James J. Hux
Hux Law Firm LLC
It is against my landlord, who has admitted to his actions when interviewed by FHA.
answered on May 25, 2021
Please feel free to call me to discuss your case. Rob Erney. 614-258-6100
answered on May 19, 2021
Did you intend this to be posted in Ohio? There is no such Ohio statute.
What should I do after I send the money?
answered on Jul 24, 2020
You can contact the police. Disseminating nude photos of a person without their consent is a crime.
They have engaged in sexual chats over the internet along with making it clear both ages of the party.
answered on May 5, 2020
That’s a terrible idea. First, any sexually explicit imagery of the minor is highly illegal child pornography. Second, without knowing the location of the parties, there are potential problems with age of consent, which varies from state to state. Third, the minor’s parents could find out and... Read more »
answered on Mar 25, 2020
Are you asking on whether you can now claim rape because you changed your mind after having consensual sexual relations with someone? NO NO YOU CANNOT! This in itself is false reporting and is a crime.
If you are asking can you start out having consensual sexual relations and then decide... Read more »
answered on Nov 6, 2019
You have a right to legal representation but not necessarily during your meetings with your company. Further analysis and information is needed to determine if this is violates public policy law.
Sending down the line and the person that accused me was just ease dropping in to the convo but i did apologized to the person but i was terminated on sexual harrasment when i was no where near her never spoke to her only to apologize if i offended her and the comment wasnt towards her but there... Read more »
answered on May 28, 2019
Unless you had a written employment contract your employer can terminate you for any reason.
It turned into a short conversation but never went anywhere.
answered on Apr 25, 2019
You probably won’t. We don’t see a lot of charges for attempted possession of child pornography or attempted importuning. Just leave her alone.
I am almost 100% positive my roommate and gf are hacking into my laptop to spy, along with having access to the empty apartment nextdoor. How do I start anything to make it stop?
answered on Mar 27, 2019
Although I am not admitted to practice law in Ohio, I doubt whether Ohio has any statute that covers this very specific unusual question. If I were you I would try to find some very sophisticated anti-virus software that will protect your laptop against all unwanted intrusion. Other than informing... Read more »
Im a woman, i currently work for my employer 3years in Akron Ohio, I asked the kitchen manager if i could transfer to the kitchen. His instant reply, very loudly, in front of multiple people was "No! Absolutely Not! You'll only F**K all my guys back there, thats the only reason you want... Read more »
answered on Jan 13, 2019
Every case is different, so the best course is to get advice specific to your situation. That said, as a general rule you should evaluate the strength of the evidence for your claim, the amount of damages you could recover and the costs you will incur to recover those damages.
Here, your... Read more »
answered on Jun 15, 2018
If it was consensual, and he is not in a position of authority over her (teacher, coach, psychiatrist, etc.), then it is technically legal. This is a very risky situation though for the adult man. There are lots of other ways for him to get in trouble sleeping with a minor aside from the statutory... Read more »
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