If they are under the age of 18, you certainly can. You are responsible for whatever they do while unsupervised.
No. If you have your parent's permission, then you can live with who you want.
Yes. They need a sitter or someone to make sure that they'll be alright!!
can't with the permission of the other parent or the court.
Yes, by the parent
No, parents don't usually evict their children. Most children grow up and leave their parent's homes on their own. Over the years, children have started leaving their parent's homes later and later.
Only in the rare instance where the court order specifically forbids it. However, leaving the state will not alter the NCP's child support obligation
No, and as a matter of fact, it is a good idea for them to, in order to protect their children from pedophiles or other trouble they could get into.
Well, they might, but in my opinion they shouldn't get them in to trouble as long as the kids had never come in contact with it, but if they are outside a safe range were they can't inhale it, then it's, technically, not parent abuse.
Often they do. A parent can be charged with kidnapping if they take the child without the other parent's knowledge or consent or from a court appointed guardian.
If that parent is a prosecuting attorney, he/she can have a judge impound an arestee's passport and prohibit them leaving the USA.