Did they agree to fight or was the 15 year old just wanting to fight? It makes a difference and if the State really wants to play hardball they could charge the 15 year old with Injury to a Child which is a felony.
Probably not, but it may be determined by where you had sex. In Texas the age of consent is 17, with a 3 year window) but in other states the age of consent can be lower and then this would not even be an issue.
I have a question will he be able to get a reduction of sentence for this set this sentence overturned he has been across the river over 15 years he is now a devout Christian is change his ways I believe you would be very good candidate for parole
Yes, unless the conditions of his bond says he cannot be around young children he has not been found guilty of any charge. But it is almost 100% certain that his bonds conditions would not allow him to be around children.
Okay, im 19 and im heading to ohio and im going to go see my ex who is 16. In ohio it states that the age of consent is 16, my mom is worried that things might happen and if they do am i within the legal guidlines if something does happen?
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