My boyfriend and I are in a long distance relationship we haven't been together that long so even if he gets frustrated should I have to wait to do it with him until he's 17?
If your boyfriend is 14 years old, he is unable to consent to any sexual contact my law. You could be charged with a felony sex offense regardless of his wishes. I would suggest you find a boyfriend closer to your own age and over teh age of 16See question
A man obtained the business name I have used for several years, which had several hardearned positive reviews at Google.com and I've earned a good community rep with it. Sole props aren't required to reserve their name at the Sec of State’s, so...
the Johnson County District Attorney's Office takes white collar offenses very seriously. I would contact the white collar investigation unit and follow their direction whether they will investigate or if you should contact the attorney general's office.See question
Me and my boyfriend have been talking about sex. we haven't decided to do it yet because I want to make sure everything would be legal and that if I got pregnant we wouldn't have any legal issues to deal with.
You would have several potential legal issues to deal with including a baby daddy in prison because you are not lawfully able to consent to sexual contact, and he would have to register as a sex offender thereby keeping him from obtaining employment, involvement in your family - both with the new child and with your own parents, by DCF and potential child in need of care actions, impact on your ability to complete your education, besides having to deal with a paternity action, child custody issues, and child support. I suggest that in order to avoid these issues that you wait until you are 16 where at least the criminal implications are removed.See question
her friend has a voice recording of her father yelling at his 4 year old son in profanities, because he called him the wrong name, the name of the guy his mom cheated on his dad with, theyre married now. he constantly yells at his daughter for no ...
Yelling and cussing is a form of emotional abuse. You should report your concerns to the department of children and family services. You can do so anonymously.See question
I was convicted of aggravated battery great bodily harm serverity level 4 in 1999 was sentences to 74mo went in in 1999 got out in 2004 it is now 2015 is the statue of limitations still going on or is it still public record?
You misunderstand what the statute of limitations is. It is the time period in which charges must be filed. Upon conviction, your record is permanent and public unless a petition for expungement is granted. A petition for expungment may not be filed until 5 years after post release is completed for a level 4 offense.See question
Was leaving walmart an seen cop in the parking lot. He had jus been passing my car an acting as slowing to look at another few down from mine..An I thought to myself he's jus driving an he went on I was buying grocery's an he left an watched me p...
Yes they can. You should only drive with a valid license under state law.See question
i was the victim of a human trafficking crime in another state and the investigator on the case has given them an official letter officiating that it puts my life in danger if i continue to reside there i have gotten conformation they have receive...
Contact the victim advocate at the da office or police department and see if they can help you. Otherwise you should contact Kansas legal services.See question
I live with my grandparents but they talk about me all the time. My father is in jail and my mom acts like she does not have kids until its time for discipline. I've been going through this since 6th grade. Yesterday we got into a arguement becaus...
You should speak with a school counselor regarding these issues. You have a right to your own safety and a report to DCF should be made on your behalf.See question
i called for a gas delivery from a tow company. when the tow truck got to my vehicle he ran my credit cards and I couldn't pay.they were about to tow my vehicle due to my inability to pay.i had to call someone to pay for me. they used my lack of ...
If you feel they did not comply with applicable law you may contact the Attorney general office consumer protection division to make a claim against them.See question
i don't know if the apeal with the court was done in 2011 or 2013
An original action in the Appellate Courts is exceedingly rare. If your husband is seeking post conviction relief, he will need to file the appropriate action in district court initially. However, there are very strict timelines for filing for post conviction relief and he should retain counsel to have the best shot of having his motion avoid summary dismissal.See question