Without context, there is no meaning. And this question seems like it might come out of some context, though it's missing here. I don't know of a criminal law specific to moaning. But you could take a look at Minnesota Statutes 609.72, Subd. 1 (3) "Disorderly Conduct."
The 21 Year Old female is in no position of power over the 16 Year Old, and met through work both as event attendants. The 21 Year Old does work at a school as a special education para, however not in the same school district as the 16 Year Old.
"Dating" is not illegal. The actions that accompany "dating" - sex, sexting, etc. can be illegal. The sixteen year old is over the age of consent in Minnesota, but this is a terrible idea. Realistically, you have little or nothing in common with this child. Run away as fast as you can.
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Juvenile delinquency proceedings in Minnesota are similar but different from adult criminal proceedings. The basic procedure (discovery, plea bargaining, trial, etc.) apply, but younger juveniles often have better opportunities for rehabilitation and to avoid future problems. But to get a fair...View More
"Hello, from what I heard, you want me to attend a religious-based tribunal. From the looks of it, you are putting me on trial to see if I should remain a member of your faith. To ensure this tribunal is fair & unbiased, I will bring in my own representation & eyewitnesses to the said... View More
The age of consent in Minnesota is 16, but there are some other factors that come into play, such as if the adult party is in a "significant relationship" or "position of authority" or if there are vulnerabilities involved.
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