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I'm turning 18 in a month so currently I'm 17 ,she's just turned 15 we're both in high school . I'm a senior she's a sophomore . Our parents don't agree we should be dating because of the age difference and our sexuality (we are lesbians ) but the...
You are in a dangerous area. Obviously sex with a minor is illegal (see Penal Code 261.5) whether you are less than 3 years apart. But there are also laws against having sexual contact with a minor that is 15 years old, such as Penal Code 288a - oral copulation with a minor. There are also laws against digital (finger) penetration.
You should refrain from dating someone that much younger than you, because dating can lead to things which you could be prosecuted and found to be a sex offender.
Let your hormones chill. Be friends. If love is meant than it can wait until she is 18.
Others may have more precise information for you.See question
A little over 10 years ago, I did something stupid (non-violent/non-drug related) that was a very minor misdemeanor in a Southeastern State. It was so minor that I was only given a Notice to Appear instead of getting a mugshot taken. My lawyer at ...
You need to speak to the attorney who got you the deal originally to find out what actually happened in your case. There are some unknowns.
Have you EVER been convicted, entered a plea of guilty, no contest, or a similar plea [doesn't sound like it]
Prosecution or a sentence deferred or suspended [possibly]
Nolle Prosse is not a common term in California. You posted this in a California QA forum. Nolle Prosse means "Not prosecuted" However, you said 6 months later, the case was dismissed under terms the DA gave you. This sounds like this may have been a sentencing diversion but maybe not. Your attorney will know for sure.
If you cannot find your old attorney you need to find an attorney in the jurisdiction where you had your old case.
Also consider hiring a California licensing attorney to help answer the Q's on that form.
Given my past Nolle Prossed Misdemeanor and subsequent Expungement, can I safely and legally answer No? Or am I obligated to answer Yes?
My brother was stopped and they for some paraphernalia on him,will he be released even though he's on a cruise waiver?
I "Cruz" waiver comes from the case People v. Cruz (1988) 44 Cal.3d 1247. It is used in California to allow a defendant to enter into a plea with the court whereupon they agree to come back to court for sentencing. If they fail to come back, then there is an increase in punishment usually.
Can your brother get stopped get cited while out on a Cruz waiver. Yes. However, normally a condition of release is to not pick up new cases. Depending upon how the plea agreement was drafted he may be in hot water.
He needs to call and make appt with his attorney ASAP.See question
Thank you for your time. I recently had my first DUI in February. It was lowered to a wet reckless and I have a three month restricted license. My restricted license ended on August 25th but I didn't realize that that was only for the restriction ...
When the DMV suspends your license it does so for 4 months on a first offense. Generally you get the license suspended for one month and then have a few months more of restricted license. That is to and from work, school, things like that. If your restriction ended on Aug and you got the ticket in Sept, then your license should be valid. There must be a piece of the puzzle that I am unaware of.
An attorney can get this charged reduced or possibly dismissed. Fair retainer is too vague. Every attorney charges different amounts. You pay for experience and expertise. Cheaper is hardly ever better FYI.See question
I was given a citation for smoking marijuana in public DMC 4102(a). this is my first offence. the officer did not search the vehicle he did not see any paraphernalia or marijuana. also would it be better to find an attorney to represent me and ent...
These are local laws passed by the local city or county and not a state violation. That doesn't mean it isn't criminal. This could have significant consequences and is why you should consult with an attorney.See question
Arrest me or give me a court date
Never ever ever speak to the police without first being advised to do so by an attorney. You can be arrested later if that is your question - they don't have to arrest you right there - although they usually would have.See question
I was checking my phone on a red signal, car was completely stopped at that time. I moved my car once red turned green by keeping a phone a side. Officer stopped me and using phone is not legal and he checked my mobile nothing was there, asked me ...
Fascinating. The question has to be to be in the form of a question to be considered.See question
I got hired for a teller position at Wells Fargo, I know they do a thorough back ground check and fingerprints. I had a misdemeanor on my record from when I was 16 (not anything to do with dishonesty or theft) I am 21 now. and I was on probation b...
It shouldn't show up. However, for some jobs that require a security clearance it might. I would suggest you get your record sealed. Juveniles can get their records sealed under certain circumstances.See question
5 grow houses were found and all were charged with marijuana cultivation, manufacturing a controlled substance (hash oil ) , gun charges and theft of utilities. two of them have 2 prior convictions for cultivation. and will the fed pick up the...
Could lead to prison. Real prison, not local time. But the total time is unknown unless you sit down with a lawyer to discuss.See question
Former Probation Officer resigned due to depression and job stress. Was not forced to quite or in lieu of discipline action. Charged with petty theft for not returning my all of my credentials in a timely manner. I "surrendered" two of thr...
Ready to "resolve this matter". I am not sure what you mean by resolve. If you were a former probation officer, then you know good an well you need an attorney. The system is built to screw over the accused. I hope that question was rhetorical. Yes you need an attorney.See question