Also if there is no sex involved, but other acts, does this implicate her as well? Well I need to find a definate answer as I have two younger children and I do not want to be involved if there is a chance of her getting into a mess for dating a younger person.
But the new law could protect an 18-year-old from adult felony charges if he has sex with a 15-year-old girlfriend, for instance.
Landis said the law change arose from concern that the ever-widening set of crimes that force people to register as sex offenders was having unintended consequences.
"Initially, it was a narrow list of offenses" that prompted the sex offender registry requirement, Landis said.
"It had to be rape, criminal deviate conduct — some forcible sex act." Year after year, more offenses were added to the list of convictions requiring registration.
If they do not they can (although very difficult) get a protective order. I just want to be very clear that I understand this. If the parents object they can cause my daughter legal problems?
If they have engaged in sex acts (although not intercourse) she could be charged. The AOC in Florida is 16, BUT..an adult 24 or older his/her partner would have to be 18. I have always promoted the idea of waiting until you are married, but I'm also realistic. We all live in Florida and I wanted to know if they do decide to have sex can she run into a legal situation if his parents were to find out?As a result, some teens in consensual, dating relationships wound up with criminal convictions that required lifetime sex offender registration. Overview of Texas Legal Age Laws Texas, as do many other states, recognizes 18 as the "age of majority," at which point residents are legally considered adults (as opposed to "minors"). He is a nice boy, but I found out that things are getting heated, but no sex yet.