I am a 16 year old girl and am constantly asked for nudes on social media sites like snapchat and instagram. I’m often offered money for said photos or videos. I don’t ever want to send my own photos so I started just looking up photos online and sending those photos in exchange for money.... Read more »
answered on Apr 13, 2020
What you are doing is definitely not legal, I would strongly recommend you quit immediately and stop interacting with strangers on social platforms. There are a number of different federal and state criminal charges this could fall under (not to mention potential civil claims) and the people you... Read more »
answered on Apr 6, 2020
The age of consent in the State of SC is 16 years old so the 20 year old can not be charged with statutory rape. That being said, a 20 year old could be charged with contributing to the delinquency of a minor in certain situations.
My stepsister is 16. The abuse was mental and physical. (I’m also in South Carolina)
answered on Jan 21, 2020
You need to contact law enforcement in that area that they live as soon as possible and filed a report so that they can begin an investigation.
I have a bachelor's in Education and Psychology, and a master's in Counseling and Coaching. I am currently working with a residential non profit who provides housing and education for sex trafficking survivors. I would like to work with this population as a Guardian ad Litem.
answered on Dec 4, 2019
Check out this website: https://www.scbar.org/public/get-legal-help/common-legal-topics/guardian-ad-litem/
Has been suspended for 10 days possible expulsion because they said he wrote the note for a bomb threat but then they found out who really done it he told his side and they are charging him with the other two all Bc he knew and didn’t tell
answered on Jan 21, 2019
Retain counsel as soon as possible. Contact a South Carolina criminal defense lawyer immediately to discuss this matter further.
I'm 17 and I have been told I broke a few things in my car. One I will pay for, but the rest they claim I broke when I didn't. Can they legally make me pay for it, even though I'm underage and there was no contract?
answered on Jan 12, 2018
Technically they'd have to show it was you, but you need to decide how much you want to push the issue. You'd come off more mature saying that you didn't break the other items but you'll be glad to help out by paying them.
In the case where the biological mother is a drug abuser and the biological father has criminal domestic violence charges can a 15 1/2 year old female become emancipated? She can show where she will be financiallly cared for by another family willing to have her live with them.
answered on Jan 13, 2017
Assuming that you are the 15 1/2 year old female, I would recommend going to a lawyer immediately. I would expect that you could find a lawyer who might help pro bono. Check out http://www.theparentingplacepca.org, which is an organization in the city you listed (Easley, SC). You might also... Read more »
answered on Sep 30, 2016
Only if there was major damage or serious injury.However a lot depends on the charges.The juvenile needs to talk to a lawyer who handles tickets.
answered on Sep 13, 2016
The person who didn't start the fight, who tried to back off. However both could be charged criminally. And if neither has money no one will get to collect.
answered on Aug 14, 2016
Depends on what the tampering involved. Could be a wide variety of charges. By the way, any facts discussed on this site can be seen by anyone. So don't tamper; if you have, try to warn the person so they don't use the vehicle; get with an attorney. Not on a website.
She is 16 was born in the US and has dual citizenship but been living with her american mother and British father in the UK for 8 years, I think it is. She is asking to come live with us, her American grandparents.
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