Plant City, FL asked in Criminal Law for Florida

Q: Okay so my friend is 15 she'll be 16 in a few months her boyfriend is 18 is it legal for them to date with no sex

At the school they both go to the ast. Principal for the program she's in has told her mother to get a restraining order on him and that she could report him as a sex offender. She also sent out a email telling the girls teachers that they're not aloud to be together because she's 12 and he's 19 .... one she's in the 10th almost 11th grade so she's obviously not 12 she's 15 about to be 16 and he's only 18. This isn't the first problem she's had with said ast . principal last school year she told the girls mother that her boyfriend who's currently her ex boyfriend was performing a sexual act on her with his fingers inthe middle of the school , but one hand was in his jacket pocket on the right side and the other one his left hand was on the left side of him but on her shoulders . She told the girls mother that he was doing something sexual to her .

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Elizabeth Bourdon
Elizabeth Bourdon
  • Criminal Law Lawyer
  • Orlando, FL
  • Licensed in Florida

A: If she is 15 and he is 18, they can date. They cannot have sex until she turns 16.

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