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Can a 16 year old date a B18 year old or C19 year old in South Dakota?


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2009-12-30 02:13:09
2009-12-30 02:13:09

Only if it JUST a date and NOT anything further. At 16 this person is a minor, but the 18 or 19 year old is an adult. They could get into trouble for anything more with a 16 year old.


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