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my daughter went missing on April 27th. She had the school called me to be realsed due to a headache (seizures) I said ok but only to come home or the doc (2 blocks from home) she never made it to either.
It is June 14th now, is your daughter still missing? If she is still missing, I do feel of you. But, if that is the case, your question seems very out of sorts if your child has been missing for the last month and a half? If your question is can you sue the school, very unlikely. You gave the school permission to release your daughter after the school called you. As William says, the age of your child is a relevant fact here. However, the school is under no obligation to send someone with her and they cannot insure she gets to the doc or home. I hate to say it, but since you decided to not go and pick up your daughter, this falls on you, not the schoo.See question
She lives with her mom in another County she has nothing to do with me or my wife she talks to our kids occasionally she told my son that she quit school last year when she was 16. I know she has a job
Depends on the wording of the divorce decree, but it would be odd for there to be a provision that would allow child support to cease if the child drops out of school. Usually, the child support provisions are worded as the "later of" turning 18 or ceasing high school. You are likely on the hook for child support until your child turns 18. By all means, have your support order reviewed by an attorney.See question
I reported to the Art Institute in Santa Ana California that one of their photography students sexually harassed me. Additionally took "artistic" nude photos of me that he does not have written permission to publish on school property. I just read...
Are you a student at or employee of Art Institute? The tenor of your post makes it seem like you are neither a student nor employee. If that is the case, sexual harrasment law does not apply. If you are neither a student nor employee of Art Institute, then this situation is not its problem and in no way involves them? You might have some claims against the person, but if you voluntarily participated in the taking of the photo's, depending on where the photo's end up, there may be little you can do. Aside from a revenge porn statute, he owns the photos.See question
The hospital is charging me $3,000 for a bill that was 5 years ago and continue to leave it on my credit up to seven years
Negative items, such as collections, can be reported for 7 years.
There are other caveats. For example, if you have been sued for the debt and the creditor obtained a judgement against you, that can be reported for 10 years or until the judgment expires under state law, which ever is longer.See question
My mom is emotionally, and verbally abusive. Which my grandma would vogue for me as well as my friends that have seen it. I have a job with a steady income. I have a place to stay where I will pay rent until I can become an adult under the eyes of...
Most family courts have a self help section. However, if you can, you would best be served to hire a local attorney to handle the details. AVVO is not a law firm or legal service clinic. We cannot coach you through a legal proceeding.See question
I'm 18, and I enlisted in the Army reserves during my high school career which ended a few weeks ago. During my time in high school, I felt really confident about being a part of the military, but a few weeks later, I had a change of mind, and I n...
This is not an education law question, but a military law question; I am updating the practice area designation. There is no way to answer your question as the details you provide are insufficient for an analysis. What is your current status? I suppose you could call your recruiter, but they have an interest in seeing you join, so they will not likely be helpful in canceling the contract. I don't know enough about the reserves to say what options you might have.See question
A police officer was called and after the complete interagation by school personnel and police I was called and was told to come and get her and then they will explain what happened.
Yes and no. The law gets pretty tricky here. You would be best to engage a criminal defense attorney if more is going to come of this situation. The issue turns on whether the minor child was "in custody" and whether hte police gave your child a miranda warning. To your question, it is NOT a rule that the police, or school officials, must notify a parent before questioning a child. The issue now will be whether the statements of your kid will be admissible in court.
I am changing the practice area designation to criminal defense. This question is not really an education law question.See question
there are a number of elementary schools with in the school district. some have better ratings than other. Can I enroll my child in the elementary school I want if it is with in the same school district?
Call your school district office (superintendent), This is not really a legal question.See question
I'm 17 trying to see if I would qualify to become emancipated because of my mother. She is emotionally, and verbally abusive. Which my grandmother would vogue for me as well as my friends that have seen it happen. I have a job with a steady income...
If you are 17, odds are, you will be, or so close to being 18, that it initiating such a proceeding would be pointless. But, based on the facts you described, you would probably be successful in an emancipation action.See question
I thought a Judicial assistant, a law clerk, a judicial attorney and a magistrate was all the same; my sister told me they are not and that judicial assistants do NOT have to go to law school. If judicial assistants are not required to have a law ...
I have not come across the term "judicial attorney." An attorney or lawyer is an "attorney at law." An attorney at law requires a law degree and passage of a state's bar to obtain a license to practice law. Only attorneys may practice law and represent others in legal matters.
The term law clerk is usually reserved for an "attorney" who works for, or under, a judge.
The rest are all some form of non-attorney assistant to a legal professional.See question