You are not the one suffering damages or wrongs in this scenario; you're girlfriend is. Therefore, it is up to your girlfriend to take action. If her ex-boyfriend's behavior is criminal, she can file criminal charges. If his behavior otherwise meets the definition of harassment,...View More
coat was put on to do a task outside. our simerler coats were hung side by side. not sure if this sounds sensible but to me im still dumbfounded they used this as the reason the get rid of the problem. which all I wanted was the sexural harassment issues to be known so I didnt have to feel... View More
Sexual harassment claims (as well as retaliation/wrongful termination claims based on employee complaints about harassment) are very fact-specific and require detailed analysis of the applicable law. There are strict deadlines for filing charges with the EEOC/MCCR, so you should discuss soon with...View More
In most states adult men over the age of 18 (like you are) can be charged with various criminal violations if caught having sexual relations with an under-aged girl (like your girlfriend is). The difference in their ages is not relevant.
Make sure to document your encounters with the employer, and save all of the inappropriate/harassing texts (preferably on a separate device from your phone). You should speak with an employment/labor attorney about the facts of your case.
My neighbor, who is male, took a picture of me (I am female) in my privacy fenced backyard from his second story window. I was bent over gardening. He then printed the picture of my backside on a t-shirt and wore it to our HOA meeting in a public place. I was humiliated and embarrassed and scared.... View More
It seems that the neighbor may have invaded your privacy- but this partially depends on whether you had a reasonable expectation of privacy in your back yard. It may be a close call in this situation, as your yard was visible from nearby residences. It is also possible that his actions of wearing...View More
I need some legal advice on something I read that the state of Maryland age of consent law states that a boy or girl has to be at the middle age of 16 years old to consent to sexual activity, I'm writing up a consent form that would be in the legal terms of this stature. However, I am not sure... View More
What if during the investigation which was the day it happened, parents were not notified of all the facts. Some of the abuse was told to parent over the phone but the worst part was left out. What are the parents rights?
Have charges been filed against you? If so, you should consult local counsel immediately.
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