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.
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.
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Mind you though, I have always been very mature for my age and have always been mistaken for being around 20. When the 28 year old graduated school the 18 year old was in third grade.
Im very much in love and he spoils me, but never makes or even asks me to do anything i dont want to do. And since 10 years ''isn't that much of a difference'' I guess by some people's logic it should be ok for an 18 year old to date a third grader.
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.
I agree with knifewrench, but since I don't think it's wrong (and that's what I feel the question is really asking) I picked no. Also, and I'm *not* saying that this is always the case, sometimes older guys pressure younger girls for physical things that they are not emotionally ready for.
But 18 is a bit young and you are at such different stages in life.
Maybe you should consider that a 17 year old high school senior knows more than you, someone with post-secondary education.
You sit here and type that there are other rules that could be broken when you are from another state (and it can be assumed from that that you are relatively ignorant of the laws in Michigan) and cannot even provide evidence countering the response that I posted.
There are other laws , (State and Federal), that may be broken when an adult diddles with a LEGAL CHILD.