NO CRAP. that is RAPE. that is just discusting and so wrong. he could go to prison for life. This will depend on the age of consent in your locality or the locality in which the intercourse occurred. you should be able to find this information at a local library or through Google.
Yes, as well as be charged criminally.
You can, but you can also be held in contempt of court or charged criminally.
It is more likely the car will be repossessed by the lending agency, if you have defaulted on the loan. You may also be charged criminally. If you simply took a car without paying for it, this is classified as grand theft auto and, if caught, you will be charged criminally.
Such laws would vary from place to place but it's not likely you'd be charged if you didn't participate in any way in the suicide.
Defending another person is not a crime. You could be charged criminally if you committed assault or battery. Whether this happened is not clear from the question.
The question makes the offense you were charged with sound like RECEIVING STOLEN PROPERTY. There is no way to get it "dismissed" after you've been criminally charged. If this is what you were charged with you must defend yourself against the charge.
Depending on the circumstances, you may be charged criminally for murder or another homicide crime.
You can now be charged criminally as an adult in several states.
No. Not unless they can prove the debts were incurred for her benefit.
It depends on what you mean, by "breach of care." If you are referring to "Neglect," then, yes, you can be criminally charged.
Yes, it is a disgusting and disrespectful thing to do. In some places, it is even considered assault, and you can be criminally charged.
The district's prosecutor, usually called either a District Attorney or State's Attorney.
Sure if he did something criminally wrong...going BK and having debts discharged is an entirely legal act. BK does not afford any protection from criminal acts though.
Absolutely. If the dog belonged to him it was HIS property. If you stole it, that's larceny or theft. If you entered upon, or into, property to do it, it might even be charged as a burglary.
Usually this would not be charged criminally. They would charge you civily. If you do anything physical to the repossessors that would be charged civily.
Usually liable for all damages and injuries, and may be criminally charged if there is a resulting death.
If the officer was given his "GARRITY WARNING" in advance of being officially interrogated by his superiors, he cannot be criminally charged with any information gained from that questioning.See below link for information:
They can be criminally charged, just like any other citizen, AND they can face impeachment.
If you knowingly and purposely rigged something to hurt or injure someone, yes, you could be criminally charged.
Think the O.J. Simpson case. He was charged criminally by the state and - found not guilty. Then charged by a victim's family with a differently worded civil statute and - found guilty
A California DUI lawyer would be able to help an individual who has: 1. Been criminally charged with Driving Under the Influence. 2. Such person has been charged in the state of California.
No. Once the individual has been charged criminally, it is too late to come to some kind of agreemwnt out of court.
It is illegal to dump oil into the environment in most places. It is considered a hazardous waste material and you can be charged criminally.
The public cannot institute criminal actions. The state does. If you would like to request that someone be charged criminally, contact the police.