You can certainly get into trouble with your parents, or with health issues, but there is nothing illegal about someone 16 or older dating or having sexual contact with an older person in Georgia.
If you have a lawsuit, you must disclose it as an asset in your bankruptcy. If you don't list your lawsuit in your bankruptcy papers, you can get in trouble for hiding assets. In addition, the court may decide that you are prohibited from pursuing the lawsuit.
No because if they're undocumented they should'nt even be working there and it's illegal to have an undocumented employee so you can get in trouble as well. An undocumented employee is illegal to have, and they can file a lawsuit, but their employer may get in really big trouble, and so will they.
If he can get into trouble so can she since they are the same age. You are both guilty of statutory rape according to Georgia law. But I doubt anything will happen and that someone will report you.
you get in trouble
If someone has trouble breathing.
it is bad and if someone finds out, they get in trouble
Well, someone has to press charges on you to even try to get you in trouble. But if you have his parents concent then theres no problem.
Yes, you can.
We laugh when anyone gets in trouble. I don't know WHY we do. We just find it humorous that when we get in trouble or someone we know get in trouble.
It is possible it all depends on the level of the relationship if it leads to sex yes you will get in trouble
If your phone has pornographic pictures of a minor, or you are a minor, you can get into trouble.
Yes, you can get in trouble for driving a criminal somewhere.
Trouble in the Plate - 2014 was released on: USA: 6 June 2014 (Atlanta, Georgia)
yes you can get someone in trouble because it is not you bussiness.
State of Georgia - 2011 Ear Ring Trouble 2-2 SUSPENDED was released on: USA: 14 March 2012
you can get in a wholeleap of trouble
The age of consent in Georgia is 16 years of age, so there should not be a problem.
Usually someone who is about to be swept away by the currents, metaphorical for someone in times of trouble.
Lying about someone