I would like to move out but I am only 17. I know I will be legally able to move out with out reaching the age of maturity if I am emancipated but I don't know if emancipation by enlistment included enlistment in the delayed entry program aka dela...
Short answer - no. Emancipation of a minor is a legal proceeding in a state court, whereas enlistment into the military is a federal matter. And, until you are emancipated, enlistment under a certain age requires parental consent.See question
I caught my husband cheating and was completely out of my head emotional sleep deprived having anxiety attacks and took medication I'm prescribed for that before going to the police I lied about him having a gun and no gun was ever found not even ...
You have admitted that you filed a false report advising that a man had a weapon when he did not. As you know, tensions are very high with law enforcement right now, so you placed both him and the officers at considerable risk. There is a very real chance the Commonwealth will charge you, and a very real chance your husband will file a lawsuit against you as well, since by causing him to be arrested, you damaged him.
You should seek an attorney or engage your court-appointed one, if applicable.See question
I have mental illness and live in an apartment complex. The police knocked on the door for a well check. I refused to open the door but told them I was fine and doing as I was supposed to by seeking support of friend on phone. They continued knock...
Counsel is right - you definitely need to have an attorney to sort out the salient issues - but please remember this: the police officers were not trying to frighten or abuse you, they were there, as you say, doing a wellness check. They were called because someone feared you were not ok. They then have a responsibility to check out thoroughly - imagine if they came and someone was keeping you hostage and simply shouted out "I'm ok" and left. You would then want to sue them for not checking out well enough.
Please contact your personal attorney or one the court has appointed you.See question
The meeting is at the court house, im considered a juvenile as of now. I have been on house arrest for 4 months with no testing. I haven't smoked weed since I have been on here arrest. Took 3 hits last night and have a meeting the 17th
It goes without saying that you were very foolish for using drugs while on probation/house arrest.
It is further foolish to admit to it on an open message board that be used as evidence against you. You should contact a defense attorney or your public defender immediately, and more importantly, stop using marijuana where and when it is illegal to do so.See question
i had some one live braod cast me without me knowing for a while what can i do about it
There are two questions - 1) did you have any expectation of privacy, and 2) were you damaged? We do not have enough information to even point you in the right direction. Are you saying you were videotaped in a bathroom? By a security camera while in the mall?
Please give us as much information as you can in order for us to help you.See question
I work in a place with cameras in all the common areas (lobby, office, hallway, community room) They are in plain view. I recently found a hidden camera in a back office/storage closet. Is it legal for them to tape where a person has an expecta...
Short answer - yes. An employer may record his premises for security and liability purposes. You have no expectation of privacy in an office, factory, company. Now bathrooms, locker rooms, changing rooms are different - you have a reasonable expectation of privacy there.
As for a closet, yes. The employer may be attempting to deter someone from stealing whatever is contained there, and to ensure accountability of supplies removed.See question
I currently live in a room of a house, which from my understanding makes me a lodger. I gave notice to leave the property, and she now wants to show off the room. I work 3rd shift so I am generally going to be asleep between 12 and 5pm. She say...
Regardless of the nature of your lease for a room, you are a renter. And a landlord has a right to show and inspect the space she is renting - but also must give you adequate notice thereof. You have a right to quietly enjoy the space you are renting, and the landlord has a right to prepare the space for future renters.
These rights are not incompatible - they normally require some clear, solid communication to iron out, but that can be done easily.
If you attempt that without success, then you should contact a landlord-tenant attorney.See question
I live in Virginia and a friends ex-husband does not like me. He has expressed that he will continue to keep tabs on me in order to try and "f**k me over". Im curious if there are any VA Codes regarding harassment, stalking, spying etc. that say h...
If you are in public, you are in public. If you feel he is stalking you or otherwise harassing you, you may file a criminal complaint - but you have to have your facts very straight.
Simply being in the same park or restaurant does not qualify.
I was charged with reckless driving, possession of 2 grams of marijuana Misdeanor, and possession of 3 grams of mushrooms felony. Will I be deported? If the drug cases are dismissed or dropped in any way. Is there any scenario that could help me. ...
This is an immigration issue. You should consult an immigration attorney, or better yet, one who specializes in criminal and immigration issues.
As a quick answer - maybe. Any time you break the law, you may be deported as a result.See question
I did a voluntary repo with my car because I was paying a 10,000+ contract on a car that was worth 1000 . Plus the car had issues ! I got a letter from their lawyer saying I had to pay the remaining fee plus 2000 in legal fees ! They gave me 2 op...
Your "voluntary repossession" should have come with a release. Companies often draft releases to protect themselves, and you can do the same.
Your only option without simply handing over the money is to engage a lawyer to help you through it.See question