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Can Somebody Give Me Legal Information Regarding A Minor ?
Heres The Story , I Started Talking To This Girl Back In December 2011 , I Really Liked Her But She Had Just Turned 18 And I Was Only 14 Going To Be 15 At The Time. I Really Liked Her And Told My Mom About Her . She Automatically Shot Down The Idea Of Me Dating Or Even Talking To Somebody Who Was Already 18. I Lied To The Girl And Never Told Her I Was 15, Instead I Told Her I Was 17, Going To Be 18 Too. I Never Told Her That We Couldnt Date Her Either. Almost Eight Months Have Gone By Since We First Started Talking And Im Worried My Mom Will Find Out... What Will Happen To The Girl In This Situation Legally ?
Other Info... We Have Never Met, But We Always Skype...Im Also A Girl...She Has Never Spoke Of Being Or Wanting To Be Sexual With Me...She Doesnt Know Im 15 And My Mom Doesnt Approve Of Me Talking To Her.
Currently, there are no legal issues and if you listen to your mom there won't be any. However, in the future your friend, as an adult, is committing a crime by sexting, communicating in any way with sexually explicit language or having sexual contact with a minor under the age of consent in your state..
Did I Get Screwed In Divorce Court Today?
Judge Denied Service Via Newspaper Publication For My Divorce.
Im The Plaintiff And My Husband Is In Another Country Since 2009.
I Dont Have His Address Or His Phone Number. Same Goes For His Parents, And His Friends.
How Does The Judge Expect Me To Make More Effort To &Quot;Serve&Quot; Him Without Telling Me What To Do?
Did I Get Screwed In Court Or What? Lawyer Doesn'T Know What To Do Yet Either!
Any Idea On What Else The Judge Could Expect Me To Do To Make Her Happy? She Didnt Say!
She Said &Quot;Make More Of An Effort&Quot; What Am I To Do, Knock Of Every Door?
I don't understand IF you were denied a divorce via putting a 30 day ad in the county where he resides??? THIS IS just how my ex divorced me! I live in NJ, he lives in MA, he put an ad in the paper for 30 days, got the divorce! I never knew but called "his" court house, asked if there was a divorce in our names, was told we were divorced for 6 yrs.!!! I sent for all the paperwork & that was that. IF this is what you were denied for, I DO NOT understand the Judges reasoning. This is done EVERY day all over the country! IF this is the situation you were denied, your atty. has work to do! An atty. is about the ONLY one who can hope to help you, there's NO reason he can't as there ARE ways of finding him! Are you sure you have a "good atty."?! I was a legal sec. & it's amazing the things they CAN do & investigate IF they are willing. I'd call attys. in the yellow pages who advertise FREE phone advice. See what a couple of them have to say re your situation...This makes NO sense to me...best of luck to you...:)
Why Are Criminal Defense Attorneys Allowed To Be So Rude?
Almost Every Trial I Watch Anywhere In The Country, The Defense Attorneys Are Some Of The Slimiest, Rude, Antagonizing People I Have Ever Seen, Badgering And Berating Witnesses And Victims To Crimes On The Stand In Court. If The Witness Or Victims Respond Back In Similar Fashion, They Are Admonished By The Judge As &Quot;Hostile&Quot;, Yet The Defense Attorneys Can Get Away With It..Why?
It's not just criminal defense attorneys. If you want to see some seriously rude cross examinations, you should try watching some family law trials.
But, to respond to your question, it is a strategy. One of the goals is to rattle or upset the witness. It might be to show that the "victim" isn't really a shrinking violet. It might be to distract the witness from thinking about the questions in the hopes the witness will blurt out an honest answer.
In other situations, the defense attorney has no legitimate defense to assert on behalf of the client. (But the client has the right to take the case to trial.) In that situation, the only option the attorney has is to attack the evidence and the witnesses.
Some attorneys use "attack" as the standard way to deal with cases. I have only had to do it once: In a family law case in which the other party was claiming my client abused her during the marriage so she could get full custody. During her testimony with her attorney she was very demure and soft spoken. She was coming off like the perfect little victim. I pissed her off enough to the degree that she admitted that she wasn't afraid of her ex, that she regularly smacked and scratched him (although she explained that he deserved it) and that the only time he ever touched her during a fight was when he was trying to keep her from attacking him.
The judge agreed that she was not "the wall flower" she tried to portray - so it was an effective strategy, but my client's mother (who was observing in the courtroom) was very uncomfortable with how aggressive I was toward her ex daughter-in-law - even though she knew the young woman was lying to try to keep her grandchild away from her son. It is unpleasant, but sometimes very necessary.
Can A Business Be Sold If There Is Pending Litigation?
I Am Looking To Sell My Business. However, I Am Also Looking To Sue One Of The Former Owners For Violating The Asset Purchase Agreement. If I Take Her To Court, Can I Still Sell My Business Or Do I Have To Wait For This Situation To Be Resolved? Also, She Has Indicated That If I Sue Her, She Will Be Filing A Counterclaim Against Me.
You can try to sell your business and have an attorney help you out in terms of separating the lawsuits from the business sale. However, you have to disclose this fact to buyers and it will almost certainly scare most buyers away.
Where Can I Find Pennsylvania Probate/Estate Laws?
I Am Trying To Help My Aunt Who Is The Excutor Of My Father'S Will. It Is A Very Simple Will. She Went To The Courthouse To Have It Certified & Get The Process Started. When She Asked For Help As To Where To Start They Told Her They Couldn'T Answer Any Of Her Questions & That She Should Go Online To Find The Penn. Probate Laws. So Basically They Certified The Will & Let Her Leave. I'Ve Been Looking Online But Haven'T Found A Site That Could Give Me The Laws. Anyone Know Where I Can Find The Info I Need?
Each state has a "Code" that sets forth the laws for that state. The Code is divided into sections, so you'd be looking for "estate and trust" or "probate".
A better option though is for you to research online at the register of wills in the county where the will was probated. Usually there is a PDF file that outlines the executor's obligations and responsibilities.
Essentially, your aunt is responsible for filing your dad's final tax returns, paying his final debts and creditors, filing any required documents with the Register of Wills, and then disbursing the estate assets to the beneficiaries listed in the Will.
Is This Legal? (Copyright Laws)?
This Only Needs To Be Laws On Uk Copyright.
Where I Live I Am Thinking About Having A Protest And To Protest We Are Going To Get As Many People As Possible To Start Playing 'Imagine' By John Lennon At The Same Time Exactly In Sync. Getting As Many People As Possible To Do It. (It'S Only In Planning Stages)
I Don'T Need Advice On How To Pull Off This Stunt Or Whether People Will Listen To Our Protest We Will Be Able To Sort That.
All I Want To Know Is What Are The Copyright Laws In Relation To This Scenario?
(I Will Add Extra Detail Or Be More Specific In Questions If You Need Me To.)
Please I Really Need People Who Know For Certain What They'Re On About.
As long as they are all legal copies of the song. Don't even think about providing an mp3 to everyone. Unless you paid for each copy that would be a violation.