This may be a question about splitting hairs, but I would
This may be a question about splitting hairs, but I would appreciate a thorough response. Harassment is a crime in the state of Maryland. So is stalking. A peace order (restraining order in other states) can be issued to a person accused of stalking or harassing someone. When a peace order is issued, the respondent is ordered to refrain from activities such as harassment and stalking. As it is a civil procedure, having a peace order issued is not the same as a criminal conviction, such as being convicted of harassment or stalking. In the interest of defining a truthful description of a person who was under a peace order, is it accurate to define that person as an "adjudicated stalker and/or harasser" or is that a false statement since the respondent was never convicted or "adjudicated" for the crimes of stalking or harassment. Thanks.
I entered a plea under article 893. I am currently serving
i entered a plea under article 893. I am currently serving out my probation. I am trying for a new job and the background check requires me divulge all convictions. While my plea is in abeyance am I considered a convicted felon? I recently ordered my background check from the sheriffs office and it showed read "no conviction"JA: Because employment law varies from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: louisianaJA: Has anything been filed or reported?Customer: such as?JA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: no
My 16 year old brother was arrested for trying to stab his
my 16 year old brother was arrested for trying to stab his brother. he is being held in juvenile detention and has been charged with second degree aggravated assault. what can we do to help him? we only called the police because he has never done this before. he has no prior record, excellent school performance and is legitimately a nice kid. i have contacted an attorney - we are in the state of florida. his brother just had a small nick on his hand from their skirmish and is completely fine. i miss my brother so much but i understand why police were called. what are our chances, as the family who contacted law enforcement, of avoiding a felony charge for him?
What to do when child enters pond site and parents don't
What to do when child enters pond site and parents don't know?JA: Because laws vary from state to state, could you tell me what state is this in?Customer: MichiganJA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?Customer: NoJA: Anything else you think the lawyer should know?Customer: Child did this while at grandparents home in the middle of the night. Dad discovered due to having notifications from her email address come through his phone. When he telephoned grandparents they went through history and found the sites she entered. She even became a member of one site.