Can parents use the authorities to force a 17-year-old who has a job and a place to live to return home in Florida?
In Florida, you are not a legal adult until the age of 18. Therefore, if you leave your residence and legal guardians at 17, you're considered a runaway and your parents can send the police to bring you home.
Can a 17 year old minor move out of her parents house in Louisiana without parental consent and move in with fiance in Texas and not be forced to return home by the authorities?
If a 16 year old female that lives in Michigan runs away what will the authorities do with her if she is found?
What are the legal chain of events when an arrest is made in Florida on a warrant and extradition to Pennsylvania?
Confirmation by law enforcement of the validity of out of state warrant -- arrest -- initial court appearance & presentment of facts to the court of existence of out of state warrant -- notification of PA authorities -- return notification from PA that they will insititute extradtiion -- arrestee held in County Jail awaiting arrival of Governor's Warrant and the arrival of PA authorities -- removal to PA.
Yes. The legal age for Nebraska is 19. Taking a minor across state lines without the permission of the minors parents is a federal felony. As soon as the minor's parents contacted authorities the adult and the minor would be taken into custody when located in Colorado (or any state) or upon their return to Nebraska.
They can, but it is unlikely that they would unless the parents or guardian of the minor has a court order remanding the minor into their custody. What action might take place in such a situation could depend upon the individual circumstances, such as where the minor is living and is he or she self-supporting, if the minor has had previous problems with authorities, if the minor is required to continue his or her schooling…
If you are 17 and living in Texas are you able to move out and live with your 19-year-old boyfriend without the police or your parents stopping you?
Texas age of majority is 18, therefore your parents could file a report and request that the authorities take you into custody and return you to their home. Or they could request juvenile authorities to you into custody and use appropriate action prescribed under juvenile codes. One of those actions might be placing the teen in a group home with constant supervision. The age of consensual sex is 17, therefore that would not be applicable…
The process of one state seeking the return of a person from another state is technically not extradition- it is rendition. Authorities in one state request authorities in the other state to arrest and return the person to answer to criminal charges. Those authorities may hold a hearing to determine if this is the right person, and if they should be returned. If so, the person is detained until picked up, and taken to the…
A car has been impound can the car be return to owner if a payment arrangement is made with parking tickets plan?
Can a police officer force a runaway to go home in Florida if the runaway is found at a friends house?
Would the Florida authorities force a 17 year old child to return to biological mother if the child left home to live with the biological father and she will be 18 in 7 weeks?
If you live in Florida and you elope with your seventeen year old pregnant girlfriend to Georgia is the marriage legal when you come back to Florida?
Can a parent report your underage daughter to the authorities for not coming home and staying with an older boy?
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