A female employee walks into her office and finds a male co-worker going through her personal phone. He is taking pictures of her screen with his phone. When caught, he immediately drops her phone and when she questions him, he says that he was just looking for the calendar. When she picks up her... Read more »
answered on Aug 16, 2022
You should first look to see if your company has a policy for reporting incidents of sexual harassment. If so, you should follow the policy and report what happened in writing. If no policy exists, you should still make a written report either to HR and/or your supervisor. Once the company has been... Read more »
I met the person on Snapchat, she said she was 18 too and we both sent to eachother. Once she saved my stuff and screenshotted it, I blocked her. But now she has made other accounts to tell me she will be showing my school administrators. I have no idea who the girl is as SHE found MY Snapchat. She... Read more »
answered on May 5, 2021
Not sure what your question really is. Did you do something stupid? Certainly. Is it possible you might get into trouble if it turns out that she is not 18 years old? Certainly. Could you face criminal charges? Certainly. Will your nude photos be out on the internet forever and could that... Read more »
I was completely hammered drunk, speeding 92 mph going home at 2am. I flew by a police officer. I am a 34 year old woman.
He saw empty beer cans, asked to perform an FST. Toe to heel.
Tells me I failed.
Asked me where I lived.
"1 mile away."
Told... Read more »
answered on Mar 31, 2021
Your drunk driving and speeding are not legal. However, there is no law requiring an officer to arrest you.
I am a Kansas resident and my son was until I let him finish out last year of HS in Georgia with his grandmother on a power of attorney. He hasn't been living with her for the last six months or so and she failed to tell me and lied about it when I asked until I had proof. I'm concerned... Read more »
answered on Feb 9, 2021
Unfortunately I do not believe there is any criminal conduct since the relationship began when your son was 16. I do share your concern and it would likely be best for him to leave that situation.
answered on Nov 4, 2020
What is your question? If you are experiencing domestic violence please contact the police and/or a domestic violence organization in your area.
I would like for this predator to stop talking to my child. What can I do?
answered on Aug 28, 2020
Call The Warden at the jail and file a complaint. That should make quick work of it. They may also be able to charge them with a policy violation or even new charges, depending on the dynamic. Thank you for protecting your child.
Private video posted on Twitter as a means to harass me as well as profit without my consent.
answered on Jun 25, 2020
More information is needed before an accurate answer can be provided. You may benefit from contacting an attorney who can assess the details of your circumstances and provide you with a detailed response.
We are glad to assist you. Contact us whenever you are ready.
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A woman was sexually abused in prison, and the claim is legitimate, as reported by a reliable news source. Can she mention the accused by name, without actually accusing them again. In other words, she is telling her story. One of the accused perpetrators has a history of this type of behavior, but... Read more »
answered on Jun 2, 2020
It depends. The concern would be defending a defamation claim. In the state of Georgia, slander may occur when a person falsely imputes a crime to a person, falsely claims the plaintiff has a communicable disorder/disease, or falsely says the plaintiff committed a “debasing act.” It is best to... Read more »
I was a victim of sexual assault about a year ago. I have struggled with this for a while, and now want to pursue legal action against the assailant. Should I pursue civil or criminal charges? And how involved would I personally have to be in either process (appearing in court, deposition,... Read more »
answered on May 29, 2020
I am very sorry for your situation. This is an excellent question.
Many more details would need to be known in order to give you a complete evaluation and advise you in this situation.
I would advise that you contact an experienced attorney for a 1 hour consultation to address your... Read more »
I would believe it is not illegal to do so, due to the fact that the female over the age of legal consent in GA (16). The 17 year old turns 18 in 8 months( December 7th), and I would believe it to be okay since 17 is the age when Georgia technically can consider you an adult, because you can make... Read more »
answered on Mar 19, 2020
You are considered an adult at age 18, not at age 17. -Homer P. Jordan IV, Esq. 404-620-1558
How do I get my case before a Federal Court because my rights have been violated by Cherokee County Georgia juvenile courts and Defacs
answered on Dec 1, 2019
Your circumstances are unfortunate, and I want yo provide you with answers. However, more information is needed to provide you with an accurate answer. It is best to consult an attorney as soon as possible. You do not want statutes of limitations to run.
We are glad to assist you. Contact... Read more »
It was later (still open) I was brutally assaulted physically & sexually... bar owners had law enforcement come to arrest me for trespass after I expressed what had just happened. I was forcefully drug down the steps & put into solitary confinement (my rape kit was postponed) they didn’t... Read more »
answered on Nov 23, 2019
You need to contact an attorney As Soon As Possible. You are entitled to a vigorous defense, and we are glad to assist you. Contact us today.
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answered on Jun 26, 2019
Revenge porn is a felony in Georgia under OCGA Section 16-11-90. Felonies have a 4 year statute of limitations, from the date the victim knew or should have known about the crime (the date you found out the porn was made public).
You may be able to sue for damages to your reputation. as... Read more »
She has just now come forward at the age of 22. He is already on the registry. What are the steps to report him and possibly get him convicted?
answered on Apr 22, 2019
Call the District attorney office and report the crime.
O.C.G.A. § 17-3-2.1 sets out the statute of limitations for most sex offenses involving children under the age of 16.
For offenses committed between July 1, 1992 and June 30, 2012, if the alleged victim of the offenses of... Read more »
Unfortunately they used to talk on a dating app where things got a little intimate and more than casual and she wasn’t thinking clearly and send him some pictures of herself. She’s concerned about the cops serving a TPO and him exposing her for the pictures. Keep in mind she’s 40 years old;... Read more »
answered on Feb 15, 2019
If he publishes the photos he may face legal consequences under the revenge porn law. O.C.G.A. 16-11-90. It is a 1-5 year felony offense.
I have pictures of my son on his eye with the outbreak and I have proof of when I had my son we were clean (no std no infections nothing at all) jan/feb 2017. Started dating Ex partner may 2017. And starting haveing weird symptoms and went to get checked for a UTI infection and found out I had Hsv.... Read more »
answered on Feb 4, 2019
Contact a member of the Ga. Trial Lawyers Assn in your county--they give free consults.
Last year and I got into an argument with a guy online. He groomed me and commented on my photos. Stating how age was just a number and with a chest as big as mines it doesn't matter what my age is. Even make plans to meet me, that I backed out of. We swapped Snaps, and he blackmailed me for... Read more »
Can you use that in the court??
answered on Nov 12, 2018
Do you have a lawyer for this charge? You should get one now if you don't have one already. Tell your lawyer this information. He/she will best know how to use it as it relates to the particular facts of this case.
It happened in VA where the child is still considered to be a resident. The child lives in GA. A investigation was done in VA I haven't heard or gotten a report in almost a yr. But his father keeps trying to have his girlfriend around our child.
answered on Sep 28, 2018
If the father keeps exposing the minor child to someone who has placed the child in danger, you should consider a modification action to address these issues.
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