If you are 18 and your fiance is 44 can a case be made against him if you sent him pics before you turned 18?
Yes, but and it depends on just how young you were and what the contents of those pictures were. If they were sexual in nature (sexy poses of you with no clothes on, etc.) this guy should be tarred and feathered! A man that is 44 and wants to hang around a young woman of 18 (obviously you were younger when he met you) has a few screws loose. Men such as this (picking on very young naive women) have other things in mind, and if you know what is good for you, you'd run fast and far. Marcy yes they are naked pictures. But we are getting married already. But his exwife made a case against him with the FBI. So even if we get married would it not save him? i was like 17 In all likelihood, getting married is not going to make any difference at all. The issue is that you weren't married, and you were a minor, at the time the 'crime' occurred. What happens after that, really has no relevance. I'm sorry, but that's disgusting. I know you're legal now, but he's 44. He could've been charged for that before. No it wouldn't save him. The person above me is right. What you and he did was before the proposal. He'll probably get charged.
Before WW I, American public opinion turned against Germany following persistent attacks by submarines on merchant shipping. The most notorious sinking was that of the passenger steamer RMS Lusitania on 7 May 1915 when 1198 out of 1959 passengers and crew were killed. The RMS Lusitania was a British ocean liner, and was was torpedoed and sunk by a German U-boat. In the case of WW II, the surprise attack of Pearl Harbor turned us…
Bingo Game Rules are easy to understand each player gets six cards and there are six common cards. In this case there would be rounds of betting before any common cards are turned over, after the first two cards are turned over, after the third and fourth cards are turned over and after the fifth and sixth cards are turned over
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Yes. And before you hire a lawyer to help you, read your governing documents to confirm that your case against the association is a strong one. Gather your evidence and present it to a condominium-savvy attorney, who may confirm that you have a case against the association, and if you're willing to invest in fees, whether or not you have a good chance of winning.
They aren't. Virgo looks like a lower case "m" with a lower-case "p" bumped up against it with the tail crossed over the the common line. Scorpio looks like a lower-case "m" with the end leg of the "m" extended below the line and turned up to the right at a 45 degree angle in what appears to be a tail..
Judge went off record and the tape was turned back on before he was ready and he said guys do this right we don't want to look bad in this case. Then our lawyer quit our case. What should we do?
Can you file a lawsuit against an online gambling site if they change the rules after 3 deposits and they give ways to circumvent US bank laws?
A trial by a jury usually means that people being prosecuted in a court has the right to have the the case tried before a jury of one's peers. As an example, a woman being tried for theft has the right to have the case against her to be decided by a group of citizens that are determined to be her peers.
Is a tourist visa or a fiance visa the best way for a legal alien to enter the states to marry a US citizen when they have been engaged and been seeing each other frequently for the past 3 years?
I would say a tourist visa (6 month) is best because a fiance visa limits your time and is not one that can be renewed like a tourist visa. You can renew a tourist visa for 6 months. It does not always get approved but it is something that is possible with the tourist and not with the fiance visa. Now if you plan on getting married as stated in the fiance visa then in…
In a felony case, the crime you commit is not against the person, it is against the STATE. The individual victim does not "charge" you with anything. It is the STATE that charges you, the victim is merely the complaining witness. If they wish not to cooperate, the state MAY drop the case, but it is not certain that they will.