Met a girl online said she was 18 went out on a few dates and such after a night out she came back to my place and I slept with her next day I find out she is 17. I'm 23 and really don't want to deal with anything like a criminal record
Yes it can be a huge problem for you. It honestly doesn't matter if you knew her age or not for criminal charges to be filed. Stop posting things online and keep your mouth shut. If you are lucky nothing will happen, if not, get an attorney and don't speak to ANYONE else except your attorney. best of luck.See question
I work as a sub teacher and I was not sent a reassurance letter for the upcoming year, yet I was not informed I was terminated. I can no longer log on to my school account. Furthermore, I have sent 2 emails regarding my employment status to HR in...
No. California’s Labor Code specifies that an employment relationship with no specified duration is presumed to be employment “at-will.” This means, at least in theory, that the employer or employee may terminate the employment relationship at any time, with or without cause. There are exceptions to the at-will rule created by statute, the courts or public policy.See question
Out on short term disability. FMLA exhausted before my scheduled return of 1-29-15. I was terminated on 2-2-15. I never went back to work. I never received any papers and I never signed any. I was employed for 11-1/2 years.
A complaint of employment discrimination must be filed within one year from the date that the alleged discriminatory act occurred. You must first file a claim with either the EEOC or FEHA. An experienced attorney will be able to evaluate your case and let you know the chances of success. There are many qualified attorneys here on AVVO in the Sacramento Area that handle these types of claims.See question
I have several retirement accounts with Edward Jones (no stocks). I haven't deposited anything for over 8 years. About a year prior to filing for BK, my rep assured that ALL of my accounts were protected from any seizure from the courts. But the ...
The real question is why are you relying on your Edward Jones representative for legal advice related to your bankruptcy? (Especially since it is apparent you had an attorney). To answer your question, yes, your representative can be liable for professional negligence if he/she failed to meet the standard of care for securities brokers. That can only be answered by a securities expert. This is a very fact dependent case and would need to be reviewed in detail in order to give you a more solid answer. Best of luck.See question
Judge at hearing recently for one item said sloppy lawyering on both sides left items unclear and vague. Can I modify the items? X probably won't go along with anything but I am willing to spend the time and money to get everything defined more ...
Yes. You can modify an msa. From the sound of it, that may be the best option. I would consult an attorney to review the specifics.See question
Does abitration have anything to do with my settlement case.
Likely not. Typically the arbitration is for subrogation purposes. If you were injured, you should consult an attorney to ensure your rights are protected and you get a full recovery.See question
My girlfriend and I live together in her home, under the name of her mother, which has our support against the father. Her mother and the father are currently in the process of divorce, separated, but the father continuously makes threatening clai...
Yes. There are several types of restraining orders. You should review the facts with an attorney to determine which, if any, apply to your specific situation. If granted, the person can be ordered to stay away at the penalty of being arrested or other legal penalties.See question
can i get my money back for a bad car? no bill of sale was signed.
Possibly, but it would not be under the "Lemon Law.". This would likely be a fraud or a breach of contract case. Contact an attorney to review the specifics of your situation and see if you have any legal recourse.See question
This is not exactly a legal question. At my previous employer I was subjected to some questionable actions and did a great deal of research on the law. I discovered that it was in fact a severe case of whistleblower retaliation. I put together eve...
It depends on your motivation. If you're in it just to make money do something else. There are hundreds of ways to make better money than the legal field. If there is some other motivation and you are serious about making it thought the hurdles to become an attorney, then do it. Ultimately, the decision is yours alone.See question