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    Mary Salter
    Mary Salter
    I am in a criminal justice class and they are aaking If the letter of your last name begins with A-J, identify the benefits of diversion. I cannot find this answer anywhere can anyone help
    2/26/2015 6:30 pm Reply
    Jessica Rivera
    Jessica Rivera
    Hi, I'm in need of advice. My 18 & 12 yr old sons went to their youth group in church on Wednesday, they rode their bikes there & placed them inside one of the rooms. When church services ended, they went to get their bikes only to discover they were both stolen. What do I do next? Is it just a loss & nothing I can do? Is the church responsible for this? Im confused & very upset as they were only 2 months old so they were brand new. Any advice is greatly appreciated.
    2/26/2015 4:23 pm Reply
    Judge Tom
    Judge Tom
    Dear Jessica: First, you could report it to the police so that an official report is made. It's possible that the police are investigating if there are a series of stolen bikes or similar property in the neighborhood. You could try talking to someone at the church office about the incident as well and find out if there is anything they can do. Good luck. (Check our Resource Directory for more help and resources in your area. This is information only – not legal advice.)
    2/26/2015 6:03 pm
    Declan Bates
    Declan Bates
    Hello, my name is Declan, I'm 15 and I live in the UK. Today I received results for a standard RE exam we had. I got a C. Almost a B mark wise. Anyway, so my teacher, whom is new to the school, kept me and about 5 others behind after class. He said he was running a session Monday AFTER school and said that we MUST attend. I didn't understand why, as all of us got c's and b's and I also don't give a shit about RE anyway! So I then asked if it was a detention and he said NO. Just a waste of an hour to go over our exam.. Am I obliged to go? I'm not sure if there is a law behind this but he clearly stated that it was not a detention and I therefore feel that I don't have to. I also feel that i shouldn't be punished if i don't attend? Any advice legal and other would be much appreciated. Thanks! Declan
    2/26/2015 10:20 am Reply
    Judge Tom
    Judge Tom
    Dear Declan: It's very unlikely that there is a law concerning this matter. Therefore, you would not be breaking any law if you don't attend, but you could be violating a school rule and facing consequences through the school. Check your Student Handbook (it may be available through the school's website) to see if it addresses this issue or you could try talking to the principal/director of the school or another school administrator. Good luck. (Check our Resource Directory for more help and resources in your area. This is information only – not legal advice.)
    2/26/2015 6:01 pm
  • bryan hernandez
    bryan hernandez
    Can i have sex at 14 years old
    2/26/2015 7:57 am Reply
    Judge Tom
    Judge Tom
    Every state has an "age of consent" law which sets the minimum age limit one must be in order to consent to sex. The age is 16 or 17 in most states. We are not aware of any state with the age of consent being as low as 14, which means that it would be illegal at your age. Click here to find the age of consent in your state. Thanks for writing us. (Check our Resource Directory for more help and resources in your area. This is information only – not legal advice.)
    2/26/2015 8:54 am
    olimdjon abdukakhorov
    olimdjon abdukakhorov
    what's the difference between weed and mirajuana
    2/26/2015 7:57 am Reply
    Judge Tom
    Judge Tom
    Weed is slang for marijuana. Both words typically refer to the same drug or plant.
    2/26/2015 8:52 am
    kaitlyn
    kaitlyn
    Hi my name is kaitlyn and im 18 and still in high school in indiana. Is it illegal for me to attend work in the evening if i have missed school that day?
    2/26/2015 7:53 am Reply
    Judge Tom
    Judge Tom
    Dear Kaitlyn: It's very unlikely that would be illegal, but you would have to check the employment laws in your state to be certain. Labor laws typically set certain hours for minors as well as work conditions, but don't necessarily get into a minor's attendance record at school. Click here on the Indiana government site to find out more about the labor laws for minors in your state. Good luck. (Check our Resource Directory for more help and resources in your area. This is information only – not legal advice.)
    2/26/2015 8:46 am
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