I have worked at the same place for just over 14 years. In that time I have had issues of what I feel is harrassment from coworkers and immediate supervisors. When I have gone to HR I was the one who ended up being disciplined. As a result I have had a bad attitude and getting in more trouble.... Read more »
Hi, more information is needed to fully evaluate your situation. Generally, workplace "bullying" is not unlawful. To give rise to any sort of legal claim, the harassment you are experiencing would need to be sexual, or based on your race, gender, religion, or disability, etc. I would...Read more »
Contact the clerk of the court where the case was filed. If it was a felony filed in District Court then you'll be contacting the District Clerk, it was filed as a Class A or Class B misdemeanor then check with the County Clerk. If it was a felony that was pled down to a misdemeanor it could...Read more »
I’m pregnant And the guy by keeps messaging me and harassing I blocked # and he makes fake accounts to contact me then he’s threatening to post my personal photos online I’m tired of this I just need it to stop
If you want to stop it, send only this precise message:
"Do not ever communicate with me again by any means, either directly or indirectly. All messages from you harass, annoy, alarm, abuse, torment, embarrass, or offend me in violation of Section 42.07 of the Texas Penal Code."...Read more »
He had several women's bras hanging off the fork lift and when I told him that's offensive to women his response was f*** you you're a woman in a man's world I can hang what I want on my fork lift. Bring your a** over here and give me your bra to hang on my fork lift and lets... Read more »
Generally, the EEOC is limited to actions that occurred within 180 days of the filing of a charge. This can be extended in certain states whereif a state or local agency enforces a law that prohibits employment discrimination on the same basis. The exception is that if you allege the act was an...Read more »
The statute of limitations recently changed in Texas a few years ago so it depends on when the assault occurred and how old you were at the time. If it happened within the past few years, then the statute of limitations for tort claims involving sexual assault is 5 years for an adult and 15 years...Read more »
He is in federal prison right now and doesn’t have a lawyer and doesn’t know whether he will continue I’d probation he was on before he went to prison or if they will throw him in jail again for more time. He doesn’t know whether it will be 2-10 years or 2-20 because it was a sexual assault charge
He will finish his federal sentence. Then he will be sent via detainer to Texas, where he will sit in jail pending trial. His probation will be revoked, and depending on what type of probation he was on, if deferred then he can serve up to the maximum for the crime he committed. Sexual Assault is...Read more »
The captain lives in PR and was employed by the yacht company which is registered in PR. This happened at end of June. I live in Texas and was part of a travel club. The organizer contracted with the yacht company for the boats. Was in the British Virgin Islands when it occurred. In one instance he... Read more »
I am the Records Manager for a law firm for both cities Dallas & Houston, I manage several employees. One morning, one female employee text me via a group text, several other female employees on the text. She expressed that she was not feeling well and would not be coming into the office today.... Read more »
Someone is alleging that a colleague has commuted sexual assault. The act in question is a hug which doesn't qualify under Texas penal code. If they press charges of S.A. anyway (as they've threatened) what happens?
I am trying to find research previous cases that have been heard in Harris County District Civil Courts (civil sexual assault cases and civil cases in which school districts were sued - two separate kinds of cases). I do not know where I can find this. If I have to go down to the courthouse, I... Read more »
Husband is subcontractor in construction and was promised on going work. I was told his boss interested in administrator for company. During discussion while waiting for husband's return from assignment, the new boss asked me if i would have sex with him for money. After being declined, he... Read more »
The felony crime of Sexual Performance By A Child applies anyone under 18 years old engaged in sexual conduct. The plain language of the law criminalizes the conduct itself, even if it does not occur as a performance. If there actually is a performance (or recording) then the parents themselves...Read more »
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