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By Jaymz - / Tuesday 26 June 2018 15:00 /
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By  ViviMage  |  35

So as the parent/legal guardian, do you pay the $500+ fine and 6 months in jail?

You need to watch your child to make sure they don't get into trouble. A babysitter to watch the child at home costs less than the fine for pulling the fire alarm for no reason does.

The good news is as a minor his criminal record will be sealed when he turns 18, unless he keeps the thug life up. (Doesn't impact employment, if they dig they can see it but cannot access whatever is in the record to see what he did).

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  ViviMage  |  35

Toddlers will climb on furniture to reach things.

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  PenguinPal3017  |  15

I assumed that she was holding the toddler and the fire alarm was on the wall behind her.

By  ViviMage  |  35

So as the parent/legal guardian, do you pay the $500+ fine and 6 months in jail?

You need to watch your child to make sure they don't get into trouble. A babysitter to watch the child at home costs less than the fine for pulling the fire alarm for no reason does.

The good news is as a minor his criminal record will be sealed when he turns 18, unless he keeps the thug life up. (Doesn't impact employment, if they dig they can see it but cannot access whatever is in the record to see what he did).

By  Diana Stecchi  |  5

The fire alarm isn't so easy to pull and usually you have to break the glass to reach it. And even if it was easy for a toddler to do so, she had to check on him. Probably the other son's performance was ruined because she let her toddler pull the alarm

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