It is illegal to harbor a runaway in the state of Georgia. You could be charged with kidnapping. You should contact the police about the runaway.
No. You are a minor until the age of 18. If you leave at 16 without parents permission you can be legally considered a runaway.
well...your parents cant kick you out until you are 18 yrs old, but you can legally leave your home at age 17 and not be charged with anything, or be considered a runaway. This is because of the loop hole in Georgia law
yes, don't do it.
It is possible that a person can be charged with harboring a runaway even if the other person was never filed as a runaway. This will vary depending on the state in which the harboring takes place.
You can, BUT they either have to be wards of the state or their parents/legal gaurdians sign over parental rights to you. If not, you could be charged with kidnapping or harboring a runaway. If the parents don't care the child is missing, they will most likely sign away their rights.
No. She is a child and legally under the control of her parents. You might be charged with harboring a runaway, child rape, etc., depending on the laws for your state.
In the state of Tennessee, if you are 16 and runaway, you are considered a runaway. If you want to leave home, you need to talk to your parents about it.
No, if the 17 year old isn't where their parents expect them to be, they are a runaway.
Depends on the state. You can be reported as a runaway and the police will bring you back. Anyone who have helped you can be charged with aiding a runaway.
no of course not -.-
yes you can, your parents are able to kick you out at age 18, but you can move out on your own at age 17 if you want, and wont get charged. this is because of the loop hole in Georgia