to midnight (during the school year they work until 10 p.m. Younger teens may work up to 40 hours when school is out and up until 9 p.m. Parents should consider if the child will be the only worker there late at night or early in the morning, or if her workplace is in an isolated or busy area. If your teen doesn't have a car, you should be even more concerned about her being outdoors in the wee hours of the morning or late at night.Are their security guards in or outside of the youth's workplace? Teens are more vulnerable than adult workers, and their guardians should keep this in mind.Children younger than 14 may work in certain circumstances, though.They may be able to work on a family farm or in a family business, complete household chores for pay, deliver newspapers, do yard work or work as entertainers.There are numerous Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) Task Forces around Washington state employing these methods every day.At the Meryhew Law Group, our attorneys have extensive experience defending clients accused of these crimes.
After an arrest for domestic violence, in Washington State, a No-Contact Order may be issued as a condition of release.
It is important to be aware of the different types of protection orders that are available in the event that you are ever in a position where you either need to seek one or must defend against one brought by another party.
The following is a brief description and comparison of orders in Washington State.* This is a civil order from the court issued at the request of a person claiming to be the victim of domestic violence.
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We will assist you, take into account your unique situation, and help determine how best to proceed.
Commonly, people use the term “restraining order” when they are seeking a court order for protection, to prevent contact that is harassing or abuse. A “restraining order” is one kind of court order, but there are in fact a number of different types of protection orders used to prevent contact that are typically what a party seeking protection needs.