18 and 15 year old dating
18 and 15 year old dating
Though I'm not sure if he can get in trouble for what they did before she turned 16 and gained consent from a parent, he cannot get in trouble for what they did after she turned 16, unless her mother changes her mind about said consent. Laws why are you posting here regarding your college education?Where does it say that it is illegal for the two to be together? As well informed as you are, you should know that in MI.
but he arent doing anything like sexually and my mother likes him. i am really confused and need some advice and help If you two have done anything like kiss, yes. If anyone else reports you two together, his son will be going to jail and his father is just trying to protect him. But I do know that at 17 or 18 you do not have the legal knowledge to be advising on this forum...
This subdivision does not apply if the other person is emancipated or if both persons are lawfully married to each other at the time of the alleged violation.
Her boyfriend is 18 and cannot possibly be a staff member at her school unless he works in the lunchroom (which I severely doubt he does). This implies that if you are 16, you must have permission from your parent or guardian, in which case, the OG poster does.
It specifically states "(1) A person is guilty of criminal sexual conduct in the fourth degree if he or she engages in sexual contact with another person and if any of the following circumstances exist:" None of the circumstances listed (or the ones in the extended version) would pertain to their relationship.
The only one even remotely close would be: (f) That other person is at least 16 years of age but less than 18 years of age and a student at a public or nonpublic school, and the actor is a teacher, substitute teacher, or administrator of that public or nonpublic school.
If thats true she has much in common with a lot of posters.
She backed up her post with citation, you baked up yours with mouth,and I am older therefore smarter none sence.[See Criminal Sexual Conduct.] SEXUAL CONDUCT # Michigan categorizes four degrees of "CSC": * 1st Degree: (MCL 750.520b --- Felony --- life or any term of years AIDS~HIV~STD testing) --- a sexual act involving penetration (sexual intercourse, anal intercourse, cunnilingus, fellatio, intrusion into any other body part or object in genital or anal openings) and any of the following: o victim is under 13 years old o victim is 13-15 years old is a blood affiliation to the defendant, lives in the defendant's household, or the defendant is in an authority position to the victim o multiple actors are involved and force/coercion was used to accomplish the sexual penetration or the victim is incapacitated (physically helpless, mentally incapacitated or mentally defective) o weapon involved o personal injury force/coercion o personal injury victim incapacitated o defendant/actor is in the process of committing another felony * 2nd Degree: (MCL 750.520c --- Felony --- up to 15 years AIDS~HIV~STD testing) --- sexual contact with the genital area, groin, inner thigh, buttock or breast, AND any of the circumstances listed for 1st Degree CSC.* 3rd Degree: (MCL 750.520d --- Felony --- up to 15 years AIDS~HIV~STD testing) --- sexual penetration and any of the following: o victim is 13-15 years old o force or coercion o victim incapacitated * 4th Degree: (MCL 750.520e --- High Court Misdemeanor --- up to 2 years in prison and/or 0.00 fine AIDS~HIV~STD testing) --- sexual contact and any of the following: o force or coercion o victim incapacity o defendant works for the Department of Corrections and the victim is an inmate # All persons convicted of CSC must register as a sex offender.Though I'm not sure if he can get in trouble for what they did before she turned 16 and gained consent from a parent, he cannot get in trouble for what they did after she turned 16, unless her mother changes her mind about said consent. Which would explain why I didn't respond to those threads. I am from Michigan and I believe that I would know the laws here better than someone who lives in Massachusetts.Where does it say that it is illegal for the two to be together? If the guy that she is dating does not fall under those categories, than there are no grounds for legal action to occur.Once again, you are assuming that because I am young, I am ignorant and should not be giving legal advice on something that I have legitimate facts about that prove the response that I posted.