For one it depends on wether she's still profitting from her crimes. If she's done good with what she illegally obtained and nothing remains - talking in money terms - then she still has to make it up to the people in some way, from whom she stole. That now depends on her financial status, it should be adequate.
There is a reason though, that certain crimes are time-barred (or whatever the correct term is). People do change over long periods of time. So for the following, she will not have to face a sentence: Real Estate scam and fraud, Distribution of illegal substances, Adultery and Marriage Fraud, except of course as said in the beginning, if she is still profitting from it financially.
Second of course, for the more heinous crimes (human traficking, rape, child abuse, serial killing), she'll have to serve some sentence, for the lives she ruined. A nice penalty would be to be required to help people in similar situations now (victims of the same crimes).
And last but not list, what's so bad about a rapper? :yum:
Bad? Not necessarily. But immature, untrustworthy, undependable and troubled - yes. Walk away. Run.
Why do you have a boyfriend whos already a loser in the first place? Get your act together, educate yourself, and find your self worth, then hopefully youll find a guy who isnt such a loser.
Stealing and lying is just the beginning of a bad trip. He may not be a bad guy but one without morals. Eventually, that can come back to bite you. I had a boyfriend like that and he basically took advantage of everything and anybody. I dumped him with a big bang.
I disagree with waiting until youre 18 There is a lot to be learned about love and relationships, and you know yourself better than anyone else and should be able to make those decisions and whatever age hey come along, I do however agree with asking mom or dad for advice because most of the time they know alot more about this stuff than they let on. But its true, love has no rules. It will show up when it will, and there really is no point in fighting it because that will only result in heartache. One of my favorite quotes Ive ever heard is dont regret something if it ever made you happy
I think that it doesnt matter how old you are, love doesnt have rules. Everyone makes mistakes in relationships, but thats what helps you grow as a person. You should take mom/dads advice cause the do know somethings, but when it comes to your happiness you make the final decision.
I assume that you have a relationship that your parents dont approve of? If thats the case, then until youre 18 youre a minor, and that means that your parents decide who you can/cant spend time with. I know you probably dont think its fair, but there are a lot of unfair things in life. Even if you dont agree with a law, you still have to follow it. And in just one more year, youll be a legal adult and then you can decide for yourself who you see. But let me add that parents want their children to be happy. They also want to protect you from anything bad. If they have forbidden you to see someone, then they have a reason for it. Sometimes when young girls are in love that love blinds them to other things. Often Mom and Dad will see things that you dont.
No,a 17 year old should not be able to make his/her own relationship decisions util they are moved out or are 18.
of course they should. it s their relationship and their life, if they want to do something its their choice and nobody elses, everyone controls their own desicions, and, if they make a mistake they are the ones who have to deal with it.