Cary B. Hall's answer The Pennsylvania Code indicates that "[a] massage therapist whose conduct constitutes a sexual violation or sexual abuse is subject to immediate temporary suspension . . ." -- but it's unclear if that occurs as soon as a complaint is made (and to whom? police, and/or the State Board of Massage Therapy?) or once a conviction occurs. Generally, look here for more information: http://www.dos.pa.gov/ProfessionalLicensing/BoardsCommissions/MassageTherapy/Pages/default.aspx.
Andrew S. Abramson's answer It is important to review all facts pertaining to your situation with an experienced employment law attorney. Feel free to contact our office to Evan,hate your entire situation.
Glenn Neiman's answer You should consult with an attorney certified as a specialist in workers compensation law. The attorney can see what has been filed and determine what the situation might be. There would be no charge for an initial consultation.
Zak Taylor Goldstein's answer How did he retract it? If you plead guilty, you can file a motion to withdraw the guilty plea prior to sentencing. If you do not file it prior to sentencing, you can file a motion to withdraw the guilty plea for ten days after the sentencing hearing. If you do not do that, you would have a difficult time undoing a criminal conviction. You can also file a PCRA within a year of sentencing arguing that your atorney was ineffective in recommending a plea under those circumstances, but those are...
Peter Munsing's answer He's at the age he's past the age of consent but possible she could be charged with corruption of a minor. As far as the pregnancy, a blood test would be in order if she conceives.
Most important thing right now is to speak with a counselor about how to handle it--you don't want your son going off--somewhere or on you!
Mark McCulloch's answer This is a serious offense. Because I don't know all the details, it is very hard to say but based on the two pieces of information you have listed, a prior sex charge and being on probation, you would be wise to immediately find a qualified criminal defense attorney. There is no easy answer to the "how long" question because there are many factors that are considered. Best advice: get your boyfriend a good lawyer.
Paul Stanko's answer If you are asking about suing someone, that is not a criminal law question. If the person who videotaped you did so "unknowingly", it would be difficult to prove any tortious conduct on their part.
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