Yes because 14 year olds cannot consent according to the law. It's only a matter of time before she or an angry parent calls the police on you so it would be wise to quit having sex with minor girls. You risk being charged with a sex crime and then possibly having to register as a sex...View More
It doesn't matter what his parents approved of and I am sure they didn't "approve" of their son being a teen father. You could be charged criminally--that is a possibility but someone would have to complain to the police first and then the state's attorney's office...View More
There can be a lot of things you could be charged with--she is a minor and I hope you aren't having sex with a minor. Ditch the girlfriend--if she or her parent's ever get mad at you and call the police, then you can be in a world of trouble
I have a "operation of uninsured vehicle" ticket that I'm trying to pay but it doesn't show up on the cook county website. How can I pay for the ticket, can I get in trouble if I go to the DMV to get a replacement license
I got divorced in Will County over 10 years ago. I have sole custody of our 10 year old daughter. I live in Aurora, IL however my ex moved to St Louis, MO. He refused to pay his share of expenses for our daughter and he's ignoring my calls/emails. Since our divorce he's only been... View More
Call Will County State's Attorney's Office-they may have a child support enforcement division that may be able to help you. If they don't, then you can call the Will County Circuit Clerk's office and they may have a list of organizations that offer free or reduced cost services
While waiting at intersection for green light a Police cruiser pulled into left turning lane alongside of me apparently to make left turn. Upon glancing to his right and making eye contact he allowed traffic to continue and then proceeded to follow me at 2 car lengths. It was a rainy night. After... View More
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I'm 18 and my girlfriend is 16. I live in Illinois, would it be illegal for us to have sex? Because while the age of consent is 17 in Illinois, the age of consent in the state where my girlfriend lives is 16. How does this work?
Don't do it....she is way too young and there is always a risk that she might get pregnant. It's illegal in Illinois so you are opening up a huge can of worms. What if her parents get mad and call the police and allege you two had sex in Illinois? I would highly recommend you refrain...View More
My ex fiancé came home drunk and began verbally then physically assualted me. I asked him to leave and that we were over. He called 911 and told the police I assualted him but neglected to tell them the scratches on his face were from when he had me in a chokehold and then punched me. So I got... View More
He states due to new Illinois child support law... Needs to make sure he is not paying to much. My understanding we are grandfathered into old law because divorce final in 2015 and no significant change to our situation.
He now refuses to split court ordered costs of school fees etc because... View More
If that's the age of consent and you are both willing parties, I don't know what anyone could do about it..... You are still very young so I caution you. PLease be careful--there are several places you can get birth control (some can even last for years!).
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