Bradley Jay Jones' answer Montana Code Annotated 45-5-503 discusses the penalties for sexual intercourse without consent. A minor does not have the capacity to consent legally so even if this is not forceful it would be what is termed statutory rape. I strongly suggest you avoid the chance of prosecution.
Bradley Jay Jones' answer How the employee is paid is a matter of agreement between the employer and the employee. State and Federal minimum wage requirements must be met but how the wage is calculated is not a firm matter of law.
Bradley Jay Jones' answer Your doctor not your employer decides when you should return to work. I suggest you contact a California workers' compensation attorney because the law differs from state to state. If your doctor has released you, even to light duty, and the employer is ready for your return in Montana you would need to return to work or risk losing your wage loss benefits in the future.
Bradley Jay Jones' answer This depends on the situation. Generally the plaintiff, in this case the state must prove all elements of the alleged complaint. The burden may shift to the defense if proof is offered or there is an affirmative defense. I hope this helps.
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