Maybe. The decision is entirely at the discretion of the state prosecutor. Some prosecutors will go forward with such a case to demonstrate that the existing law is enforceable, to discourage other adults who are or are considering entering into a relationship with a minor, to help further strengthen and secure the safety for underage persons who might be subject to intimidation or coercion by an adult (not forcible acts such as rape, sexual assault, etc.) and so forth.
No. The charges were dismissed.
if the case was dismissed you were not convicted. you can truthfully answer no.
it means the chraged were dismissed and the case is closed. It means the person was let go and nothing will come of the charges.
If the charge was not specifically related to domestic violence, yes. All documents showing the charge was dismissed must be provided to your recruiter for submission with your initial packet.
IF I UNDERSTAND THE QUESTION CORRECTLY:A 'de novo" appeal was made to nullify the original municipal court verdict and move the case from municipal court to county court.A de novo hearing signifies that, in the eyes of the law, the initial hearing (in municipal court), never occurred and it is being heard in county court as if it were a 'new' case.If the case was then dismissed by the county court judge, the reason for the dismissal would have to be known as well as under what conditions it was dismissed.BUT - if the misdemeanor assault case was dismissed WITHOUT prejudice, it COULD be re-filed as a felony without creating double jeaopordy.
In general, convictions, not charges, affect gun ownership. However, you should discuss this with an attorney in YOUR state,
If the charges have been dismissed, yes. If the charges are pending, or have resulted in a conviction, no. Check with a local attorney to be sure.
Once the common wealth has picked up a charge it can only be dismissed on a not guilty verdict, or an insufficient amount of evidence.
This question can only be answered by your recruiter. It may depend on the circumstances surrounding the charge. Ask the recruiter, that's what he's there for.
(in the US) not without parental consent. Any tat artist that performs one on a minor is liable for a criminal charge of assault.
Its at the discretion of the complex... but, I just tried to twice and got denied. My charge was almost immidiately dismissed, but they dont really care. So dont give them that non refundable app fee untill you know.. just lost $200 learning the hard way
Well, the plantiff in a criminal case is (are) the people. So depending on the circumstances the case could be delayed or dismissed, at the perrogative of the judge.
It all depends on the organization that would hire the individual as a coach. Just like any other job, the decision to hire an individual lies with the employer.
Assault is a noun (an assault) and a verb (to assault).
It depends on the type of assault. "Simple" assault can be a misdemeanor, but Assault With a Weapon is a felony.
No. Simple assault refers to unarmed assault. Domestic assault refers to an assault directly targeted at someone within the household.
The terminology INDECENT ASSAULT usually refers to a sexual assault, or an assault with sexual overtones.
If the facts or scenario involved are applicable to the offense, and the crime is a violation of state law, yes, they could be. (e.g.: A person charged with committing a federal hate crime for assaulting a protected minoirty - and the charge against them was dismissed - the state could then, theoretically, charge the defendant under a more specifically worded state statute - assault.)
There are many different kinds of assault. Spitting on someone is a kind of assault. Assault certainly can be a heinous crime if it is a severe kind of assault. If it is a minor assault, then the crime is not heinous.
An auditor can regain his job if she/he was not dismissed for forging records, embezzlement, covering up irregularities for another employees, or if a crime such as assault. The auditor should contact their former manager (s) and talk about returning, as the dismissal might be because of a company's lay off policies. Also, if there might have been a misunderstanding of some kind. If an auditor was dismissed for too many absences or for lateness too many times, it may be a lost cause as in most cases the employee is warned about those items.
It depends on the state. Some do not allow "assault on assault" charges.
'Assault' (sometimes called "simple assault" is an assault by unwanted touching using your hands or fists. 'Assault and Battery' means an unwanted touching using your hands using some striking object.
Aggravated assault is generally defined as a more serious, violent form of assault. Criminal assault refers to assault that is prosecuted under criminal, as opposed to civil, law. As such, there may or may not be overlap between an aggravated and criminal assault.
Simple assault is a misdemeanor. Not sure about assault and battery...