YES!!! Especially if the other person is over the age of 18 years old.Be careful, it could turn into a really bad thing...especially if her parents(or his parents) were to push the issue in court
Yes. This can be considered kidnapping or custody interference. If a runaway child knocks on your door allow him to come in and feed him/her, but call the police immediately. Do not take the child back home-- it may be abusive.
If you are an adult.
No because if the child(adult) is 18 then he or she is an adult under the laws.
Anyone under the age of 18 is a runaway. They are a minor and not an adult.
There is no legal runaway age in any state. At 18, you're an adult and you can leave without being a runaway.
He is not a runaway at 18, he is legally an adult.
No, you are legally an adult and can live where you want.
If the laws of your state declare that you are an adult at the age of 18, you are not a runaway at age 18.
Anyone under age 18 who is a runaway in Mississippi is in violation of a status offense. If state lines are crossed and an adult aids the runaway, Federal charges will be pressed.
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At 18 years old, the person is considered an adult and then not a runaway.
When you are an adult. Until then you are a minor and subject to parental supervision. You would have to be 18.
At 18 you can leave. You are an adult.
When they are a legal adult, which is 18.
18 years old when you become an adult.
Not if you already live in the United States. Of course if you are minor from another state traveling w/o adult supervision or permission and have an encounter with authorities there can be problems.
Yes because you are not a legal adult
They are technically an adult,so they can live their life.
Absolutely nothing. He or she is already an adult. You can only be prosecuted if it is against his or her will, or if the runaway is a minor (below the age of 18).
Go to a church to speak to a minister or an adult there or speak to your teacher about why you want to run away. You need to have an adult help you with your problems. They can help you get relocated to a safer home or to another relative's home. Do not just go to the streets. Kids are killed there everyday. You could also go to a Boys and Girls club and speak to an adult there. They have social workers who know how to deal with your problems. If you are being abused tell your teacher right away.
If he's not allowed to legally where you live due to his age or if you have not given permission if needed, you report him as a runaway. It's illegal to harbor a runaway and then the police can go and get him. Or you tell the adult that what they are doing is illegal so maybe then they kick him out.
No because they are passed 18 and when you turn 18 your a legal adult
Harboring a known runaway
No, you are an adult since you were 18. Now you just moved out.
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