Minor dating an adult
They say that they will press charges on me, but what could they convict me for if we are not having sex or any type of sexual activity? That said, if they force her/convince her/coerce her to trump up a charge against you involving nearly any sexual activity, however slight, as in a trial I did in the 1990's,you will probably end up regretting bothering with her.
It is definitely not illegal for a an eighteen year old to take a fifteen year old to the movies, etc. She may be great company, but you had better be sure.
To be clear, even kissing is a sexual act and a violation on section 288(c) While this is rarely prosecuted in these situation, it can be and if convicted you would be required to register as a sex offender for the rest of your life.
I strongly recommend you get good legal advise and think about this very carefully.
Technically, if you were to kiss the minor female with the intent of sexually arousing her, you have committed a crime.
See generally Penal Code section 288 and the subparts thereof.
Visit law.cornell.edu/ to see minor laws specific to your state.There you can find that in the state of Georgia, "a person commits the offense of statutory rape when he or she engages in sexual intercourse with any person under the age of 16 years and is not his or her spouse." The law goes on to spell out that "if the victim is at least 14 but less than 16 years of age and the person convicted of statutory rape is 18 or younger and is no more than four years older than the victim, such person shall be guilty of a misdemeanor." This means that a 17-year-old convicted of having sexual contact with a 14-year-old in Georgia, would be guilty of a misdemeanor.It is normal for older teens to be attracted to younger teens, but parents and teens should be aware of certain stipulations in the law.However, her parents could get a restraining order to keep you apart. The California crime of "Unlawful Sexual Intercourse" which was formerly known as Statutory Rape can be used to prosecute an adult for having such relations with a minor (someone under 18 in California).Sent from my Verizon Wireless Phone Given the fact that her parents don't like you, you should re-evaluate your relationship and try and work towards gaining their trust and understanding. As to what you could be charged with the first thing that pops up in my mind is: PC647 Annoying a minor (requires sex registration) and which does not require sexual activity. The parents could allege anything they dream up, and you would be facing arrest and legal problems, whether you claim innocence or not. Of course, proof that that DID happen must be provided for conviction. However, all that may be required in some Counties is statements or evidence that the adult and minor have been intimate for the D. to file the charges, or even the urging of minor's concerned parents.