Stephen Arnold Black's answer If the school was on notice that your child was being bullied and failed to stop the problem, then the school may be liable. In addition the parents of the bully may also be liable. Discuss in private with counsel.
Terrence H Thorgaard's answer 18 is the age of majority in most states, including Florida. As an adult he can live with whichever parent will have him, and the other parent cannot object. Since you have not stated where he is now, I suppose it's possible that the truancy laws of his present location can require him to continue high school after turning 18 (if that's what you are asking), but I very much doubt it.
Lori E. Arons' answer This is not an education law question, it is a criminal law question. I am not licensed in Florida, but did find on the web the following:
"The Florida Age of Consent is 18 years old. In the United States, the age of consent is the minimum age at which an individual is considered legally old enough to consent to participation in sexual activity. Individuals aged 17 or younger in Florida are not legally able to consent to sexual activity, and such activity may result in prosecution for...
Andy Wayne Williamson's answer I understand your frustration, but this is more complex of a situation than can be handled via this type of online forum. You do not state your relationship to the minor, but if you desire to do something the clock is ticking as the schools policies and procedures likely set a short window of time to file for an appeal. You need to consult with an attorney in your area familiar with dealing with school discipline issues or a criminal defense attorney.
Terrence H Thorgaard's answer He should probably begin by contacting an attorney in the state where the mother and daughter are located. If he sues for visitation, and the daughter has been in another state for at least six months, he would have to sue there.
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