A parent (or gardian) can press charges for touching their child anywhere, (feet, hands stomach etc) Is it a sexual act? In societal norm today the foot fetish is not that uncommon. Proving the accused does have a foot fetish, that may be a bit hard to prove. But reguardless of where the accused touched the minor child, if "you" as a parent feel it was inappropriot, then by all means press charges, nothing may come to it, but at least its on record. Now, when can a parent press charges or "not" that I am unclear of. As far as I know, a parent can press charges on anything they deem inappropriot to their child or children when touching is involved, perhaps lewd act on a child or minor? Im no attorny, I'm just taking a stab at it. * Individuals do not "press charges" they file complaints. Complaints are then referred to the prosecutor's office and then it is decided whether or not the person who alledgedly commited the act should be arrested and charged with a crime. The first step is for the parents of the minor child to contact the state's child protective services for assistance.
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Not an underage child.
if your saying that someone eles is pressing charges on another grownup cause the grown up just told the child that he or she is ugly or something like that then of course not duuu
How do you file charges on someone who will not allow the only living guardian see their child?
Yes. That parent is no longer a custodial parent if someone else has guardianship.
If the child is a minor then there is no limitations to when you can press charges against the parent doing drugs. Children underage should not be subjected to such a dangerous environment and the justice system will not look favorably upon the parent doing the drugs and involving their child.
A parent can press charges for contributing to the delinquency of a minor in Ohio. Criminal charges can be filed for the crime, and civil charges can be done for any injuries that may have occurred to the minor child.
Certainly. Any person may file charges about anyone.
You will not receive child support if the other parent is in jail because there is no income to garnish. Their back child support will add up and you can file contempt charges for nonpayment of child support.