Three months ago ( in October 2016) our apt building caught fire and my son was questioned by the police about it then released no charges were filed. Now the police called and said that I have to bring my son in and talk to the state fire marshal...
Yes but HE must refuse. All he needs to say is "I am not answering any more questions". You can be present as a witness but he must assert his right. Then, NOTHING should be discussed between him and ANYONE else regarding the circumstances, including you!
This is a simple answer, but previous answers are correct. Hire a lawyer to protect his rights. Unfortunately, if and until he is arrested he can not get a public defender. So, you will need to pay a lawyer, but if he were my son I would find the money now because this is very serious stuff.See question
Is this fair?
Are you a different race? gender? religion? Your question is unclear.See question
He is in a nursing home and no longer needs them but the money he paid for them would help him with his bills .do you know if it's allowed to sell unopened insulin pins this stuff is very expensive and he really needs the money for his bills thank...
I am not sure what an "insulin pin" is. But I can tell you that any drug or durable medical equipment item authorized by a physician's prescription can not be returned. And prescription medications can be neither sold nor given away but must be destroyed.See question
I am a substitute teacher and found out a student(s) without consent took and posted a photo of me with malicious intent to Snapchat.
Except you can not sue a person under the age of 18. Parents maybe; perhaps for negligent supervision. But I would say this is not a legal issue. It's a policy issue with the school district and your remedies lie there.See question
Leaving a job soon, various reasons, and am questioning a part of their contracts and such. One stipulation is that you can be fined $50 for being late by an hour, thus nullifying 5+ hours of work since I make below $10 an hour. The other is that,...
This is a bit more complicated. Since you appear to be an hourly non-exempt employee, your employer MUST pay you for ALL the time you work. (Also, they can terminate you immediately when you give notice. They are under no obligation to keep you on the payroll for the final weeks.) They can, however, reduce your pay immediately as long as it meets minimum hourly wage laws. So, bottom line, if you are docked but are paid at least minimum wage for all the time you worked, there is nothing illegal.See question
I am in Mock Trial. I was wondering how does the objection of hearsay work?
If you hear the question "what did he/it say" or "what did you learn from him/it". Stand up and say "objection". And then be able to argue that the answer does not fall into the many exceptions. In trial you need to know the answer that is coming. (I once had a two-week civil trial where the judge let all hearsay in. After the first day we got the message and lodged no more hearsay objections.)See question
It over 600 miles. It a probation violation. They shoukdnt. I thank you for your answer. Really appreciate it.
Are you asking if the court jurisdiction ordering the probation will have you transferred back from 600 miles away if you violated?See question
I filed a case with the EEOC concerning a sexual harassment and retaliation charges against a former employee that fired me because a male employee became mad I would not date him and came into the office to fight me and I was the one that got fir...
True, there is nothing you can do about the EEOC or the OCRC but there are state codes with longer statutes of limitation and a different definition of an "employer". Gotta get a private attorney to proceed.See question
I'm 15 and she is 14 and i don't think it is illegal but she isn't sure because people have told her that it is illegal.
To answer your question, directly, no it is not illegal for consensual sex between a 14 year old and 15 year old. HOWEVER, the parents in this equation could make life hell for both of you in juvy court if they wanted to on other charges. (And then there is that "consensual" thing. What does it really mean and who is going to cry foul if you break up.) CUT IT OUT.See question
Caresource's summery of benefits doesn't correspond with what is actually covered. My family had Caresource Just 4 Me. A ridiculous, sneaky, insurance plan that provides it's members inaccurate information and treats their members terribly . My da...
I have found in these matters, the squeaky wheel gets the grease. Climb the ladder or hire a lawyer to do it for you.See question