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2 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law, Family Law, Juvenile Law and Sexual Harassment for Utah on
Q: can you take 30 year old male relative sending 15 year old niece naked photos from snap chat app, pictures weren’t saved

Niece is 15 and her cousin is 30 he has sent her pictures or his private part but it’s sent from Snapchat and the pictures weren’t saved. The whole conversation is saved but no pictures. In the conversation he does state he’s going to send it and also more than once, he states in one of the... Read more »

Mike Branum
Mike Branum answered on Feb 7, 2020

The short answer is yes, you can sue. You could file a suit claiming negligence, intentional infliction of emotional distress, etc. The real question is does the pervy cousin have assets worth the fight? If he owns a home, has a high-paying job, or there is some other asset which may be able to be... Read more »

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2 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law, Federal Crimes, Juvenile Law and Sexual Harassment for Utah on
Q: If a guy is 19 years old and dating a 17 year old can parent call cops and get guy in jail or anything

19 year old guy dating 17 year old girl, and hasn’t committed sexual intercourse can parent get cops involved and have 19 year old arrested and charged

Lane Wood
Lane Wood answered on Jan 15, 2020

Having dealt with similar cases before, I know that these situations can be difficult. I don't know if the 19 year old guy is doing anything particularly bad or if you simply don't want him around your daughter. Unfortunately, with the information provided, I do not believe that the situation you... Read more »

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1 Answer | Asked in Federal Crimes and Sexual Harassment for Utah on
Q: Can I put a restraining order on someone who sexually harrassed my wife?

There is this co worker at her job who called her in a secluded room and try to unbutton her pants twice with out my wife's consent, to the point where my wife had to lie about being on her period. Two separate times.

Lane Wood
Lane Wood answered on Jan 4, 2020

I’m sorry to hear about what you and your wife are going through. I would recommend calling the police first. If the co-Worker is charged with a crime, the police can also implement a no contact order.

Additionally, your wife may have civil remedies available to her. She likely qualifies...
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1 Answer | Asked in Family Law, Child Custody, Child Support and Sexual Harassment for Utah on
Q: Order to show cause?

I filed an order to show cause over a month ago and he never filed an answer. He does have an attorney and has since thw beginning. My court hearing is in 8 days and he just barely sent me a response today. In was just wondering if he's allowed to do that? Because in was told I had to file a... Read more »

Lane Wood
Lane Wood answered on Jan 3, 2020

I think that you may be confusing the time to respond to a Petition (likely for custody or divorce) and the time to respond to an order to show cause. The 21 days to respond applies to a Petition or complaint that is served upon you. On the other hand, an Order to Show cause has different... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law, Juvenile Law and Sexual Harassment for Utah on
Q: When I was 9 (I'm 14 now)someone tried to rape me and did sexually assault me can I press charges w/ no evidence?
Benjamin Oxford
Benjamin Oxford answered on Jun 7, 2019

You can certainly file a police report, because your own testimony is evidence. However, whether charges can be brought depends on the statute of limitations that exists in your state. Most states allow charges to be brought until a certain amount of time after you turn 18 years of age. So, most... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law, Employment Discrimination and Sexual Harassment for Utah on
Q: My boss sexually assaulted me at a bar outside of work. Not saying I want to, but is that grounds for suing my company?

It was a bar outside of work. So not on the premise of work. But managers are not allowed to hang out with employees outside of work. Which I knew, but I also didn't expect my boss to sexually assault me. I'm not saying I want to sue the company. My co-worker that was there though and witnessed... Read more »

Mr Aric M Cramer Sr.
Mr Aric M Cramer Sr. answered on Sep 13, 2017

I only practice criminal defense. You need to contact an employment law attorney.

1 Answer | Asked in Family Law, Child Custody, Domestic Violence and Sexual Harassment for Utah on
Q: I have a niece in Utah who is 17 she is getting ready to graduate, she wants to move with her dad to Missouri mom say no

I also just found out that her step dad got handsy with her, she went to her grandparents and told them, they told mom. Mom does not believe her but she did tell him to leave, she told her father but she will not let her talk to her dad without mom in same room she wants to know what she tells her... Read more »

Paul Waldron
Paul Waldron answered on Mar 5, 2017

Under Utah law, until a child turns 18 or emancipates, the child must live where any court order says the child must live.

Under Utah law, everyone must report any believable allegations of child abuse or neglect (including getting "handsy") to either law enforcement or the Division of...
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1 Answer | Asked in Employment Discrimination, Employment Law and Sexual Harassment for Utah on
Q: Is this sexual harassment or discrimination?

I have been interviewing for a general manager position at a large retailer, the first interview was with "John" the regional manager, he was very very friendly, second interview was with a different women. I was on a common app called grindr where gay men meet each other. I was contacted by "John"... Read more »

Lincoln W. Hobbs
Lincoln W. Hobbs answered on Nov 2, 2016

You would most likely have a very difficult time getting anywhere with this case. To start, it appears you voluntarily went to see him after seeing him on Grinder and being invited to come get naked. It doesn't appear he made any promises if you visited him, and you'd presumably have a difficult... Read more »

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