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Is Obama merely stepping in to save Arizona from all the negative effects of SB1070?

A:  Bravo!!!! I agree 100%. Republicans are taking the state down, he is stepping in to save it. LOL! NO! Yes he is. You have some very good points there. It''s a fact that SB1070 will cause a rise in crime because people will have not trust in the police. The Obama Admin knows the long term effects to not only the state, but the rest of the country if other states were to follow. He is doing the right thing. Immigration Reform is the way to deal with this issue, not senseless laws like SB1070....

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What is the legality of a 15-yr-old dating an 18-yr-old in Texas?

A:  You said "Not all boys are ." Yes, the odds are they are. And if they are wanting to date a 15 year old then they are almost definitively looking for sex. Not long walks, not sitting around holding hands, not a girl to take to the movies. They see young, naive and easily swayed. Further, if I caught my daughter dating a 18 year old boy it would take most of my family to stop me from teaching him how bad an idea it would be to date someone that young. If you like it or not, the people that will tell you to slow down and grow up aren''t being mean. They are simply trying to help you understand that life flashes by fast enough. here''s your full answer though: Sec. 21.11. INDECENCY WITH A CHILD. (a) A person commits an offense if, with a child younger than 17 years and not the...

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What is the legal age in Texas?

A:  if all you are is friend there is no legal age for that you could be 5 and he could 60 The legal age in Texas is 21. TheAge Of Consent in Texas is 17. after reading your question, i would suggest an education would do you the world of good. There are several different ''legal ages'' in Texas. The question is, legal for what? In general, you can ''hang out'' with anyone. If a minor''s parents forbid an adult to ''hang out'' with that minor, there is no penalty unless he tresspasses on their property or violates a restraining order. If the minor runs away from home and comes to live with him, he can be charged with harboring a minor. CPS cannot simply force an adult to have no contact with a child unless there is a court order. Of course, they can go get one if there...

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In what circumstances could a young offender's name, image, identity, location, etc. be released to the press?

A:  Just to be clear, it''s only against the law for the courts or for law enforcement to release that info, not for the press to publish it if they got the info from other sources (most media would not do so anyway, as a matter of editorial policy). The laws would vary by jurisdiction, but I believe, in general, if the court rules that the juvenile is to be tried as an adult, the information can then be disclosed to the press. Only if guilty of an offence that is deemed a Danger to the public i think. If the judge found that the benefits of this outweighed the benefits of keeping it all secret Depends if the judge puts any restriction on the publication of details. Usually the person has to be convicted but this...

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What are the rights of grandparents to child when parent is deceased?

A:  Keep up the contact and document your times with this little guy. Find ways to be useful in his upbringing by asking his mother what she wants for her son when he is with you. Try to make it real easy for her to keep him in your lives. I am not sure what state your grandson is in but that is most likely the laws that will govern any actions. However, this should be your last resort because the constitution provides a fit parent with all the legal right to call the shots and I haven''t read a case yet that would advocate for the grandparents unless the child is in danger and even then the parent gets every chance to right their lives. I guess I would advise the ''Honey attracts routine''. I...

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RELOCATING OUT OF the state of KANSAS WITH THE CHILDREN

A:  "Anyone have some advice?" The courts will not allow you to move out of state with the kids without her permission.  If you do move out of state the costs of getting them back to KS to visit Mom will be yours.   Surely there has to be somewhere even if it's 30 minutes away that is "desirable" that you can afford.  You would be better off staying near your kids.  The farther away you move the less likely you are to see them. You would  need to follow your states procedure for requesting primary custody and to relocate with the children out of state.  You would need to show how it would be in the children's best interest to...

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My girlfriend wants to go active in the army.?

A:  Enlisted? If so either get married or find a new GF. Unless she is higher rank then I am assuming she will be required to live in the dorms and she wont make jack shet for pay. Barely enough for herself. Plus there will be tons of dudes for you to compete with if you stay single. If your married then you will be able to live with her and she will get extra money. So basically she will live far away from you unless you can afford your own place, and she will be super busy with work and making new friends...Most people I know either get married or they break up with their pre active duty gf/bf, no one stays in a long distance relationship for...

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Over-stay in the US under the Visa Waiver Programme?

A:  well, you could rearrange the flight to make sure you leave on the 90th day. then you wouldn''t have to worry about your next trip. if you overstay your authorized stay under Visa Waiver, they have every right to refuse you entry under Visa Waiver ever again, so, other comments to the contrary, you should worry about this. it''s possible that they may consider a two day overstay as a unintended error, but they don''t have to, and if they''re doing pre-flight inspections, they may just not let you on the plane to begin with. that would actually be kinder than letting you fly and then turning you around. it would be a judgement call, that would vary from officer to officer. Your other choice would be to simply apply for a tourist visa, which would allow you to stay up to six months. Your...

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What can happen if my ex has custody but i refuse to give her back. She is 16 and the dad has been abusive.?

A:  While she is your daughter you can be arrested for kidnapping because he has custody. Call child protective services and have them do an investigation. Until the court date she needs to try to be out with friends as much as possible if her father is threatening her. Talk to your lawyer and tell him that your daughter is afraid of her father and she doesn''t want to go back to her dad''s house. Find out if there is anyway for him to get you an emergency temporary custody of your child until it''s time for you to appear in court for permanent custody. Your daughter will have to be prepared to tell the judge about her father''s abuse and state that she doesn''t want to live with him anymore. You will be charged with...

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Husband put on administrative leave for medical reasons. Is this legal?

A:  it is only against the ''law'' if he is using FMLA if not they are free to terminate him, as far as the Dr.s note, they may ask for it but they do not have to do what the Dr. suggests, a Dr.s note is advice not law, unpaid leave is probably FMLA if not they are doing out of the goodness of their heart http://www.dol.gov/whd/fmla/index.htm This maybe the FMLA that he is on, which provides up to 12 weeks off and they cannot fire him, but keeps his job, but it is unpaid during that time. He got the note from the doctor, but possibly the office is unwilling to set him up on lower floor or let him work at home. They may feel that even though he worked from home while recovering, that his job performance was not up to his max, and want him there...