My daughter has been bullied at her school and the principal has done little to nothing to prevent anything to protect my child. This bullying started last year and it took a long time before anything happen. The other child hurt my child while s...
There may be additional steps you can take if you believe she is being bullied due to her being part of a protected category of individuals.See question
i go to an alternative school called asbury and theirs two kids i know that apparently can just not show up but 2 days a week and only go 2 hours and i get forced into going all four
I'm not sure what the question is or how the facts as listed above relate to a question. Unless the child is emancipated from the parents (living on their own, separate) the parents will continue to receive notices even related to a high school senior over 18 years of age.See question
We took my car in for a recall issue, which was repaired, and at that time they said they did a multi-point inspection and said all fluids were full. Four days later, the car overheats and was towed home. We inspected the fluids and found there ...
Not really enough information here. Was the car new or used? Length of warranty? Age of the car. all of these are important factors/ Ultimately you should read all of the warranty information for the dealership and those who last worked on you car. Look to see what actions both trigger liability and those that create escape hatches from liability.See question
My wife, my child, and I were going to get gas at a gas station near our home before a trip. We were waiting patiently for a pump, when another customer attempted to take our pump. We got there first, and she immediately shouted profanities and ma...
I agree with Mr. Mullen. Theoretically, the other woman could make out a complaint for menacing. But without solid evidence it is unlikely a prosecutor would file charges. Just to be safe, you may wish to see if the gas station had a security camera rolling.See question
I have looked into the housing contract and there is no defiant answer to this but generally what is the policy for it.
A student needs to not only look at the housing contract but the code of conduct as well. Moreover, the possession of the containers may not be a problem so much as the fact that they may be used as evidence of consumption of alcohol by the governing body. Unfortunately for students such bodies only have to give the barest semblance of due process and do not have to use standard rules of evidence or discoverySee question
I am reaching my deadline for my next clinical rotation, and the school is refusing to accept the affiliation agreement that the biggest healthcare cooperation in the state uses, and wont return any calls or emails. It is extremely difficult to ob...
As Attorney Weiner suggested, you really need to review the written polices of the school and your written agreement with them. It is the written agreements that control the rights of parties to these kind of relationships. Ask your self "what did they promise me in writing?" Everything else is nearly impossible to enforce.See question
I left my hasband 4 years ago. He is a drug addict and wont sign papers. I cant even find him half the time. We have to grown kids and no assets together.
No one needs a spouse to sign on a home loan. That is between the borrower and the lending institution. I join my colleagues though, in the impression that this person ought to go through with an uncontested divorce to simplify matters going forwardSee question
My divorce was final Oct 14. In the order it states neither of us shall annoy, harrass, molest or interfere with each other. She is texting my constantly about the divorce threatning to send me to jail, call the judge, involves our kids. The i...
A motion to show cause is the way one enforces the decree for post decree conduct. You should try and limit your contact to e-mail and cite very specific portions of your decree in terms of what you expect to pay and how you expect her to communicate.See question
My 13 year old daughter is playing basketball through our public school. The coach told her if she misses a practice then she isn't allowed to play the game the following night. Well, every Monday night she has PSR(for Catholics) and she'll miss e...
This is one of the few times I find myself in disagreement with Mr. Popovich. The issue of whether a student is being "punished " is a subjective one.
A parent in this position must remember that the Constitution has two religious clauses that apply to public education. The Establishment Clause prevents a school from endorsing a particular religion. The Free Exercise Clause prevents a school from stopping a student from practicing their religion (within appropriate time, place, and manner restrictions.
Thus a school can't sponsor a prayer meeting during school hours and a coach can't lead a prayer before a football game. Likewise a school can't prevent a Jewish kid from wearing a ski cap. As to this situation. Before it had any traction as discrimination, i think a parent would have to show where an athlete was permitted to play after missing a practice for a secular reason.See question
My friend is getting bullied and the bullys mom works at the school so the school wont do anyrhing
In addition to the solid advice my colleagues gave, you also ought to know that there may be additional protections under the law if you friend is being singled out for purposes of race, religion, sexuality or national origin,
Below, please find a link to a guide I wrote concerning effective communication tools to stop bullying, Additionally, read the student handbook to see if the bullying policy is contained therein.See question