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Can a 16-year-old date a 19-year-old without parents pressing charges in Michigan?

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2005-11-30 05:09:30
2005-11-30 05:09:30

Yes. Parents have no way to take legal action because both of you are over the Legal Age of Consent. Getting kick out of the house is a different story. Be aware that officially same-sex intercourse is illegal in your state.

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