No matter what a skunk he is no one has the right to hit another person and it's called "abuse" although I can hardly blame you. He's scared! He really doesn't have a leg to stand on and a court case could get messy. He's cheating, you got angry and he may realize (I'm sure) that you could wipe him out badly monetarily wise in divorce proceedings.
yes you can press charges, because it is a form of child abuse
No. Opposite charges attract one another.No. Opposite charges attract one another.No. Opposite charges attract one another.No. Opposite charges attract one another.
"charges against them" indicates that the answer is the "defendant".
because it has charges
anyone can press charges against anyone.
If someone has committed a crime against you, then charges can be pressed against them, even if you had previously been charged with committing a crime against them.
It is important to be responsible for the actions that are committed. When a person presses charges against another, it means they are going to make a person legally responsible for the crime.
If your spouse is guilty of forgery then of course charges can be brought against them
If the police had no warrent and/or had no permission from the owner, then she can press charges against the police dept.
An individual cannot press charges. Only the state makes that determination. If you would like the state to consider criminal charges against a person, contact the police and report the incident.
When charges are dropped then you are free to go
"like charges repel".
Because the charge of the lighting bolts is working against both negative and positive charges.
he was not convicted because there were not trustworthy witnesses against him, so he was exiled
If you file charges against your husband for bigamy charges, then the same court will grant you a annulment.
The House of Representatives passes a bill of impeachment that lists the charges against the President .
i think pending charges are when you have charges against you but they could either get you jail time or they can be dropped
Sometimes charges can be dropped against someone even after an affidavit has been signed. It will really depend on the charges and city and state.
yes you can because it is known as assult Another View: No, you can't. The offense IS known as ASSAULT, but YOU can not "press charges." Only the prosecutor's office has the power to "press charges." The most you can do is report the assault to law enforcement for their action, or IF this procedure is applicable in your state, appear before a Magistrate and swear out a complaint against the person.
No Rihanna did not press charges against Chris Brown.
Charges flow from one point to another because of a difference in electrical potential, and they gain or lose energy in the process.
Static electricity is an imbalance of electric charges on a surface of a material. The charge stays there until it connects to another surface. It makes a shock because one of the surfaces has a high resistance to electrical currents.
No. The background check would reveal the charges against you and automatically disqualify you.
They felt bad because he had a small penis