Can a parent see their child get arrested?
The rules vary by state, and some states do require consultation with parents for questioning. Your child has a right to have a lawyer present, but not necessarily to have a parent present. In most instance it is at the discretion of the investigating police officer, whether a parent is allowed to be present.
What to do when your teenage child is arrested?
Allow an attorney to deal with the police and act as your child’s representative. Stay calm. If you have just received a phone call from the police informing you that your teenage child has been arrested and is being held at your local station, it’s important that you keep your composure.
How did Angela’s other daughter get out of jail?
As it turns out, Angela’s other daughter got herself into a mountain of trouble. She was recently released from jail much earlier than expected. Angela has not seen her daughter since she was put behind bars almost 16 months ago for a molestation charge. Scottie only served 15 months of a possible 20-year sentence.
Do you need a lawyer if your child is arrested?
The rules vary by state, and some states do require consultation with parents for questioning. Your child has a right to have a lawyer present, but not necessarily to have a parent present. In most instance it is at the discretion of the investigating police officer, whether a parent is allowed to be present. Don’t attempt to act as a lawyer.
How old is my daughter when she rejects Me?
My daughter is now 30 years old and completely shuts me out of her life unless she wants something from me. I have tried and tried to have the relationship with her we once had but she never wants to make time for me. When it comes to her mother- in- law she shows the love I feel she should be showing me but all I get from her is “no, no, no.”
How old was my son when he got arrested?
My son was arrested on 2/1/07 for robbery, he is only 19yrs old. Got in with the wrong crowd. Not making excuses for him, because he was raised to know the difference between right and Wrong.
When to sign a check made payable to John and Jane?
For example, both John and Jane should sign a check made payable to “John and Jane Doe.” When to sign: Banks need to verify the identity of everybody endorsing a check. If a check is payable to two parties and you’re depositing the funds into an account with the same two names, there’s hardly any risk.
What should I do if my daughter is addicted to drugs?
You might also, if you wish, occasionally let your daughter know that it’s her addiction you dislike, not the good person underneath, as a reminder that you’re willing to reconnect if she seeks help facing her problem. That is if you feel comfortable doing so; and it is perfectly understandable if you do not.