The person would be considered a minor and the laws of the state where the teen lived would be applicable. If for example the teen were stopped by authorities in another state he/she might be taken into custody and remanded to a juvenile facility until his/her status could be determined. Generally the teen would be remanded to the custody of the parents unless a violation of the law resulted in a felony charge.
Most people believe that the police need a warrant to collect anything anywhere. But as long as the police officer has proable cause or a suspect gives consent to get a possible piece of evidence; they can collect anything. Another case is when there is an obvious, severe action being done. Otherwise, the police must always get a warrant from a judge to search or collect anything.
yes. call the police
If it pisses off the police officer i can see them making it enough to arrest you, but otherwise noAnother View: Throwing ANYTHING at ANYBODY with the intent of striking them is an Assault.
No, not anything more than would happen to the non-police parent of a delinquent.
It doesn't do anything..
Quickly take your dog to the veterinarian! The police won't do anything as this happens daily around the globe. Always go to your vet if you need help with animal or pet problems.
They cant do anything
police officers get paid anything from 19k to 55k a year. (:
Police officers must obey the same laws that you do. Police officers are arrested all the time around the world.
Internal Affairs, or other police officers specifically assigned to do just that Police the Police, while many think this is a conflict of interest it really isn't as the officers assigned to this unit will usually do anything to convict a Police Officer who is charged with a crime, so it is a common misconception that IA doesn't do anything when in reality they do so much to keep Police clean
Well the real breed of it is a German shepherd! the most popular police dogs Another kind is a rottweiler but not many use them as police dogs. I don't know why.
Police officers cannot do anything that is prohibited by federal, state, and local laws, or department policy.
with a warrant they can check anything.
Judicial custody is when you are held by order of a judge and are not necessarily charged with anything.Police custody is when you are charged with something and are in the custody of the police.
Police codes vary from one police department to another, so what 555 means in one area would not necessarily be the same as another area. Some police departments may not use 555 as one of their codes.
* No, the police cannot charge anyone with verbal abuse unless a serious threat can be proven. Physical abuse leaves marks and thus the police can charge the batterer.
During regular business hours, you are entitled to obtain your personal items from a vehicle that has been towed at no charge. One exception is if a member of the police department leaves orders that you are not to collect anything from the vehicle.
keep calling the police. If they still don't do anything, get your neighborhood together then you all go to the police station and yell at them!yeah, that's another problem...its not a very good neighbourhood. some people down the street went through like 3 dogs in less then a year from abuse.
Call the police. If your bottle and drugs are found else where (being sold) and no police report this leaves you exposed to a world of felney charges.
Yes. Another police officer can charge them for speeding.