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Boy, I feel for ya bud. I thought I had problems. If your record is clean then you have a chance, but it isn't what she wants it's what social services will allow. You need to talk to them pronto, to get your house checked out and your record. They will help you if you are approved by them. But, you will have to keep an almost perfect house and be subject to random visits, scheduled visits and whatever else they want. It's up to you. Otherwise they will go to a foster home set by the SS and you can visit them on the terms that they specify. This is a big deal and do not take this lightly. There is the risk that you could get into trouble unless you are I mean SQEEKY CLEAN. Good Luck and God Bless You. My sister is a paralegal with the family court in San Diego, and she says to be sure you keep in contact with them at all times. You should request a case worker to be assigned to you so you can always have someone to help with the difficult task you are facing.
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It means not to care who else gets hurt by your actions.
I am 17 years old in the state of Oklahoma my mother has died and my dad is going to prison. do i have to live with my step mom or can i live with my boyfriends parents?
u can live with ur step mom. bcoz in ur life the instances might make u feel like ur alone and ur boy friend or his parents are good to u but in not all cases does thi…s continue .. so make sure u are in a good place and u r just 17 years old and u have much more life to be enjoyed and in interest of u or the other ur step mom takes care more of u so be with her.
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All penal institutions (sometimes depending on the their degree of secutiry) have varying regulations. Check with the particular institution that houses the prisoner you are i…nterested in.
If you still have some pills on you, yes. && if you are driving while rolling.
British prisons were full to overflowing, old ships ready for the wreckers yard were filled with prisoners and anchored mid stream in the Thames.After the American Revolution …America refused to take any more prisoners.One of James Cooks duties on his voyage to Tahiti to observe the transit of Venus was to find out if the "Great Southland" really existed ,and if so, accurately map it with a view to a future colony, and somewhere to dump prisoners.within 5/6 years [ 1788 ] they began to arrive in fleets and kept on coming, the colony grew on the backs of these convicts and gave rise to a modern day country of some 21 million who are fiercely proud of their convict/settler beginnings.
No, you do not go to prison, but the IRS will relentlessly pursue you until you pay your taxes. They can take your house, your car, and everything you own. Best thing to avo…id the mental anguish is to contact them. Generally the IRS and State reps are very nice if you want to make things right. Once you get called on the carpet, so to speak, it sucks. Take care of it before their angry reps take over. You can't get away from them. Sorry, but you'll feel 1000% better knowing that your "good" tax profile "in progress." Everything good takes time and some effort. Good luck.
If it is a kid it will not go to jail it would go somewhere else.
he went do prison because of his belifs
Can your wife leave you and take your kid out of state just because she does not want to be with you any more?
Legally your wife can go anywhere she wants. However, if you are married, you have equal custody of your children. She cannot permanently move the children without your perm…ission or permission from a court, and deprive you of your parental rights.
Yes - BUT - you'll have to pay for the replacement part. The sratches are 'cosmetic wear & tear' - not a fault with the device.
Yes, a prisoner can choose to take their own medicines if they don't want too.
A prisoner can choose to not take his medicine unless a court order is given.