I'm a whistle blower who worked in the radiology department at Mercy Hospital in Creve Coeur, Missouri. I have been a victim of surveillance abuse since 2017. What do I do when being denied an attorney and police are neglecting me?
Suppose that two teenagers in Illinois (one fifteen and one seventeen) are caught being intimate by the police. The fifteen-year-old, though not yet the age of consent, was not threatened, pressured, or forced into this act by her seventeen-year-old boyfriend; they both went willingly out of mutual... Read more »
On your facts, the only criminal offense with which the boy could be charged is "sexual abuse" which is a class A Misdemeanor. The boy can only be charged by the State's Attorney. The girl's parents may make a request that charges be filed but whether to charge someone with any...Read more »
DCFS and the local State's Attorney's Office in the County where you live could conclude that you placed your children at risk of harm and screen the case into juvenile court for a judge to make that determination.
It all depends on the case. You need to have your parents hire a Criminal Defense Attorney to assist you with this matter right away. Statements are evidence, so to day there is no evidence is not a correct statement.
The individual began working as a handyman at my former townhouse complex 1.5 years after I moved in, and began stalking and sending me inappropriate text messages, which I reported to the management. I later found out he was related to the owner and had prior arrests for assault and harassment... Read more »
Lawyers are very intelligent and highly trained professionals--but we are not soothsayers; nor do we do crystal balls. Therefore, I am constrained by a fundamental law of the universe and cannot predict the outcome of your "what if" case.
I was told by the department supervisor that he was giving the employee a bad review with the intention of her quitting or her becoming hostile and leading to her termination. That was a breach of confidentiality on his part. The employee then accused a coworker and I for influencing the supervisor... Read more »
You need to contact an attorney in your area who practices in the field of employment law as soon as possible. Explain your situation to him or her. Bring every document you have to the first appointment, including particularly any paycheck stubs or payroll information you have for the past year or...Read more »
My husband was convicted of a forced sexual assault charge without any DNA evidence. We have proof the "victim" was lying in court but we were unable to present that evidence at his first trial. I would like to know if there is a way I can get this to the judge before his sentencing... Read more »
The owner flirt with me text and pics but when i did not comply he asked for more money and still has not delivered my products... he contantly makes excuses .....i paid him more so i now have 2 reciepts and still dont have all i paid for
Do you have a contract the for the sale of the appliances? If so, that will primarily govern the transaction. If you do not, organize all information relevant to this situation, including any and all communication with the seller, and consult with an attorney individually for a consultation to...Read more »
Was tboned vehicle towed had undiagnosed concussion and bruised knee and just wanted a ride down road to my husband's work as I had no vehicle and he searched my purse and was going to search me physically before allowing me to have a ride in the back of the car is that legal when he Bagan to... Read more »
May be s.o.p. for cops in your jurisdiction as people have attacked cops in their cars. However sounds like you have a claim for your injuries--so call a member of the Ill. Trial Lwyers Assn--they give free consults.
No you do not. I would recommend organizing all information you have in your possession related to this situation, and consulting with an attorney individually for a consultation to assess your options moving forward.
The answer to your question depends on very specific facts that are not provided here, such as the relationship with your company, and your company's relationship with the other company that employs your colleague. Before you move forward, I would highly recommend speaking with an attorney...Read more »
Yes there is, although one can sue for both sexual harassment and infliction of emotional distress. If you believe you are a victim, I would recommend consulting with an attorney in private to discuss your options.
Possible but they aren't suing you but your employer.
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