Any person who is at least 16 years old who knowingly or willfully causes, encourages, or aids any juvenile within the jurisdiction of the court to be in a place or condition, or to commit an act whereby the juvenile could be adjudicated delinquent, undisciplined, abused, or neglected as defined by G.
With no previous attempt from Kaitlyn’s girlfriend’s family to communicate their disapproval of the relationship, the 18 year old high school student was arrested in February, in her home, and taken away in handcuffs.
Can my mom press any charges on him (stalking, pedophilia, anything at all)?
In nearly every state, statutory rape is a felony that carries serious criminal and civil consequences.
A criminal defense lawyer will be able to explain your options and advocate zealously on your behalf.
From what you post, that you haven't done anything illegal, this statute wouldn't be something he could be charged with: 14‑316.1. An adjudication that a juvenile is delinquent, undisciplined, abused, or neglected shall not preclude a subsequent prosecution of a parent or any other person including an employee of the Department of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, who contributes to the delinquent, undisciplined, abused, or neglected condition of any juvenile.
Contributing to delinquency and neglect by parents and others.
I am am the valedictorian of my class and have a full scholarship to a university so my school is covered and I really am a good student who doesn't drink or do drugs.
Other's (coaches, teachers, friends) have also recognized her abusiveness towards me and I feel like I have an adequate case of emotional abuse.
I don't know what reason your parents are telling you that you are still under their authority. Sounds like an attempt to try and remain in control of you.
Keep in mind, that FAFSA will require your parents information if you need to fill it out for financial aid, student loans....
How would I do that, would I need a job and would I have to move out first before I got emancipated?
You are 18 now, so I don't understand why you are asking about emancipation. I don't know what charges your mother believes she can report against him, if you started dating him at the age of 17. ) First, I need to correct the link that I posted earlier, it should have been for North Carolina.
Kaitlyn Hunt, a high school senior in Florida, is facing a choice between going to trial and potentially serving up to 15 years in prison as a sex offender, or accepting a plea of two years under house arrest and a year on probation.