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...Read 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, those...Read more »
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