Liability is almost certainly going to lay with the owner of the trampoline.
Trampolines are considered an "Attractive Hazard". meaning they attract people , especially children to use them. Much the same as a carnival ride or an acccessible neighborhood swimming pool.
The above being common knowledge it is amost always accepted that the owner (barring rior legal waiver) of the attraction is responsible for proper supervision and safety as well as resulting liabilities, not the user and certainly not a third party who has no control over access to the trampoline.Answer
Not criminally liable, but you could be subjected to a civil suit and found liable for the injury.Anyone can sueBut it's their trampoline, on their property, and they should have been supervising the children. Unless your son deliberately attacked the younger child, your attorney, or your insurance company's, should be able to handle this one with his eyes closed.
She was accused of breaking thesegregationlaws.
Creon accused Antigone and her sister of burying her brother. He was furious.
The federal government.
It was the Pharisees who accused Jesus of healing people on the sabbath, as they were very strict about it.
A State Law
Not moving to the back of the bus for white citizens
The judicial branch of government.
because she accused him of breaking the sugar bowl when it was really Sid.
He was falsely accused of breaking and entering. You know how those celebrity kids are.
Yes. The judicial branch tries people accused of breaking laws (criminal trial), as well as people accused of committing torts (non-criminal, civil trial).
deny it, get an attorney, keep mouth shut.
The 22nd Amendment places term limits on the president. If one was accused of trying to violate it, that would mean the person attempted to run for a third term.
A civil wrong is when one person is accused of wronging another person. For example, breaking a contract or crashing into your car. Penal liability refers to criminal wrongs, where a person is accused of wronging society.
accused = charged accused of = charged with
The judge is the mother of the accused
they were accused of espionage
He got defensive when his wife accused him of breaking the glass. Another good sentence would be, the boy would get defensive when someone talked bad about his sister.
Defense lawyers typically defend people accused of breaking the law in criminal cases. Defendants work with their lawyer to develop a strategy to overcome the charges.
He was accused of treason.
I spell it accused myself.
Accused can be used as a verb and an adjective. Verb: That man has been accused of many heinous crimes. Adjective: He is an accused killer.