The Texas compulsory education law sets the age at 18, with no exceptions made to minors who are parents or have other issues. The minor can petition the court for a waiver or for emancipation privileges, cases are adjudicated on their individual merits.
yes he/she can...
In Texas you have to be 21 to legally carry a handgun, but it must be concealed.
You're 18, so yes.
There is no legal separations in Texas
Yes U can carry a Pocket Knife in certain parts of Texas legally.
Sweet Mother Texas was created in 1986.
i think so i would chek the state laws here in Texas you can.
You are considered an adult at 18 in Texas.
Legally, no. The parents of the minor would have legal recourse to prevent the young lady from leaving against their wishes.
In Texas: 17 Other states in the U.S: 18
No, the age of majority is 18 in Texas.
Yes, pepper spray can be carried legally in Texas.
Texas was a republic before a state so yes it can
According to the reviews on this website, http://www.american-school-search.com/review/Texas-school-of-business, the Texas School of Business is not a renowned school.
You must be 19 years old to legally smoke cigarettes.
i sure hope so .I am a huge dealer and want to do it legally. :)
No, not legally.
When you are 18.
You can only legally shoot someone in Texas if they are on your property and doing something that breaks the law.
There is only one school district in Texas, the Texas Unified School District; it serves the entire state.
No, the state's legal age of majority is 18, likewise the compulsory education law requires the minor to remain in school until reaching the age of majority.
33% of high school students drop out of school in Texas.