My husband and I live in a private camping community in Nunnely, TN. Our neighbor to the left of us keeps pointing his home security cameras at the front of our camper and records us. We have on multiple occasions caught him creeping around spying on us. And also has recently stole from us. The... View More
Tennessee is a one party recording state. If the cameras are on his property and otherwise in public, then he can pretty much aim them anywhere. You may have a civil claim for invasion of privacy (statutory and common law) depending on needing more facts. Consult local counsel to see what, if any,...View More
Me and my boyfriend got into an argument at work which resulted in me getting hit outside of work. The hit left a bruise and people noticed the next day. We were suspended. They started asking questions about our personal life which resulted in him showing intimate videos of us to HR. Should HR... View More
In the workplace, there are certain boundaries and expectations regarding privacy and appropriate conduct. Sharing intimate videos of someone without their consent, especially in the context of a workplace investigation, can raise serious concerns about invasion of privacy and potential harassment....View More
It is a very long story. My civil rights have been violated and I was beaten, tased, tortured, and raped in the jail. Then dosed with, what I believe to be phentenol, and let out on the street and arrested again and then sent to a Crisis Center for evaluation (which I passed). But I asked for a... View More
Her mother has known about the interactions and has done nothing she invites older men over She put drugs in her daughters mouth she takes naked pictures of her daughter and she hasn’t done anything about her daughter get molested
The mother could be charged with multiple crimes. Reporting abuse can be anonymous and should be reported to the Tennessee Department of Children's Services immediately at 877-237-0004. https://www.tn.gov/dcs/program-areas/child-safety/reporting/hotline-faq.html
i was lied to about everything from the beginning! first medical purposes only then I got a letter in the mail saying that I owed child support weeks and weeks later when the ones helping me with the child told me the reason they were offering me their help was because they could afford it and they... View More
I recommend you immediately consult with an experienced criminal defense attorney. You may also want to consider consulting with an experienced defamation attorney, if there is no basis in fact for any of the allegations against you. Sexual crimes involving children have strict punishments and can...View More
he follows me on social media from a lot of different accounts, texts and calls from a lot of numbers because i have all his stuff blocked and now left a note on my car while i was in my apartment with my family. i have never told him where i lived and i don’t know how he knows my address... View More
You may want to consider taking out an order of protection against him. Orders of protection are an order from a Judge that a person will not contact or come about whoever is designated as being protected under the order. These laws are primarily designed to offer protection to victims of domestic...View More
Is this for TX or TN? TN is a one party consent state so you can record a conversation even if he is unaware. You would need an attorney licensed in TX to answer that question regarding TX law. Also, you should consider consulting with an attorney regarding the sexual harassment you have been...View More
You should consult with an attorney who practices employment law in Tennessee prior to posting anything about your boss or his business on Facebook, even if you don't explicitly identify him or the company by name. Defamation laws are state-specific. An employment attorney will be able to...View More
If it is actually an Order of Protection, then yes, you need a competent attorney immediately. But if it is only a TRO then the Court will want to ensure that you know never to go around the Plaintiff again. I would read the Complaint closely to see if anything else is demanded such as money...View More
This area of the law is very difficult and highly specialized. I would consult with a local employment discrimination attorney. He or she will know whether and how to position the case with the EEOC, the Tennessee Human Rights Commission or the Court system.
If DCS states that an incident that occurs with two kids under the age of 13 is not considered abuse, how do some kids get put on the sex offender registry? And some of them get sent to detention centers. Does it depend on the incident, I know rape and fondling are vastly different.
When I was around 9 or 10 I was helping a younger friend of mind get dressed and I was intrigued by their private area and I touched/fondled them, I’ve seen all these fondling allegations and sexual harassment cases and I’m afraid that I’ve done something severely wrong. Thanks for the help.
You need to report it to the police immediately. You are not responsible for proving it, that is the police department's job. When you report it to the police, you may ask that your identify be kept confidential, and they may or may not do so. You could report it to the child abuse hotline,...View More
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