He realizes that you are fighting back after all these years, and it terrifies him. It is time to go, he can try and charge you for this, but it is unlikely he will get very far. This man is too weak to accept he has mental problems, and you need to leave him before he gets violent (if he does). Go to an abused woman shelter, or to friends or family. Good luck
Ask the person in charge or the anger management class how your husband is doing. When he/she feels your husband is dealing with his anger well, go back home and see if your husband is ok. If he is not, and was only pretending, a divorce is truly the best option
If you have had the charge of Cruelty to Animals dropped then yes, there is no reason you couldn't be considered to be an adoptive parent, but, if that charge is still on a report without the charge cleared then you are deemed guilty and yes, you may have some problems with adoption.
0078-Children / Cruelty to children (Torture, deprivation)
If you don't mind a charge of cruelty to animals.
Catherine was charge with adultery by her then husband Henry the VIII . because of that she was beheaded in the Tower of London.
i think you can can can be charge with child neglect!
Either the husband or the wife.
If you needed to, yes. Doing it just for amusement could lead to an animal cruelty charge, however.
No, a wife can not have her husband charged with desertion if she cheated on him. Adultery is grounds for separation and divorce.
In most states, yes. The charge is 'disorderly conduct by abusive language' and in some cases, 'disturbing the peace'. There is also a charge for cursing on a public street.
Depending on state laws, and the severity of the abuse, an animal cruelty charge can be classified as a felony and involve extensive jail time and monetary fees. Contact your local Animal Shelter to discuss/report possible cruelty cases.
Maybe, you need to talk to whoever was responsible for putting the charges because domestic violence is very a very serious porblem.
Cruelty is a form of abuse; therefore, there is no difference.There is an interesting article on animal abuse on the following link that ma be helpful in coming to a conclusion in this issue. http://www.vsbwa.org.au/0203_02Abuse.htmlIn Australia what may be referred to as animal abuse in the US is referred to as cruelty to animals then there is the more serious charge known as aggravated cruelty. Cruelty to animals can be things leading from neglect and ignorance while aggravated cruelty would cover deliberately causing harm to an animal. This is a difficult subject and the legality's are handled differently depending on where you are However many developed and educated country's are developing laws that protect animals from both mental abuse and physical cruelty.
If your husband is his sister's guardian and has given you permission to do so then you can, but it is better for him to be the one in charge.
It has no specific charge because Chromium has no specific charge
Presumably because she is obsessed with power as well, and wants the power that her husband being in charge would bring her.
Not a good idea. If you're lucky, you'll get only a cruelty to animals charge. If you're not lucky, the ape will kill you. They are very powerful creatures.
Because of the protons.Neutrons do not have a charge.
I would say you could charge him with animal cruelty if you have ENOUGH evidence . He sounds mean. good luck Lilly00
An atom has no electrical charge because the negative charge of the electrons counteract the positive charge of the protons and the neutrons in the nucleus have a neutral charge. For example, Carbon has 6 electrons(-6 charge) and has 6 protons(+6 charge). Giving it an atomic weight of 12 and a charge of 0. The 6 neutrons do not change this charge, they keep it the same because they are neutral. (:
Because Oxygen had a Charge In -2 and H be a Charge of +1
table salt as such has no charge because neutral molecule has no charge.
Because protons have a positive charge and neutrons have no charge, the atomic nucleus has a positive charge.