In Oklahoma is a 17 year old considered an adult upon pregnancy or after childbirth?
The age of majority in Oklahoma is 18. Take a look at this website for a statement about this: http://minors.uslegal.com/age-of-majority/oklahoma-age-of-majority-law/ Pregnancy and childbirth does not mean a teenager becomes a legal adult. (This is information only - not legal advice).
Whats the penalty if you got a ticket that says 4 suspensions w knowledge?(Ive never had a license)-Mount Dora Fl-(Lake County)
As an education-only resource for teenagers, we don't provide legal advice to our readers. You'll have to look to your state's motor vehicle code for the range of penalties. You can also stop by the motor vehicle department where you live and ask about this. Good luck.
How old do you got to be to rent or buy a house?
Once you turn 18, you become a legal adult. In most states, that means you can enter into contracts on your own (without your parents' consent or co-signing). So you can sign a lease to rent an apartment or a purchase contract to buy a house if you qualify financially. Good luck. (This is information only - not legal advice).
if I was at school and it was after school and my friends get caught being in a class room and we get a trespassing thing what dose the trespassing thing mean do I have to do probation ?
If the trespass ticket was from the police, you will have to go to court to get this settled. If this is your first offense, you may get "diversion" which means if you admit what happened and then complete some community service, the charge will be dismissed. Otherwise, if the police weren't involved and the school is handling the trespass, take a look at your Student Handbook for the penalties for trespassing on school property. You can probably bring the Handbook up on the school's website. (This is information only - not legal advice).
Can a person be charged with vandalism if they were not seen doing the vandalizing?
Of course they can. Cameras are everywhere and if you're seen vandalizing property on camera and you can be identified, then, yes, you can be charged. Or if the person wasn't actually seen doing the vandalism, but other evidence points in their direction such as a confession or bragging about what was done, or an eyewitness comes forward, then charges may be filed. (This is information only - not legal advice).
I'm 16 and 36 weeks pregnant I'm currently living with my non biological grandma keeps telling me that when i give birth she will have custody can she do this? Also she is trying to force me to file child support on my child's father is she allowed to do that?
You have to look to the specific laws in your state. As a teen mom, you have specific rights to your child including custody and child support. We suggest you speak with someone familiar with the parental laws where you live. You can contact a local lawyer who practices family law or visit a Planned Parenthood office for information. Many lawyers offer free initial consultations, so ask about this if you call one. Take a look at our Teen Help Network for professionals where you live: www.askthejudge.info/directory Good luck to you and the baby. (This is information only - not legal advice).