How can a minor be charged with 'contributing to the delinquency of a minor'?
If the older of the party used coercion or intimidation to influence the younger party to commit an act(s) contrary to existing laws it is possible for the "older" minor to be subjected to such a charge or status violation.
SECTION 2. 186701 (2), Colorado Revised Statutes, is amended to read: 186701. Contributing to the delinquency of a minor. (2) (a) IF THE VIOLATION OF THE LAW, ORDINANCE, OR ORDER CONSTITUTES A FELONY, contributing to the delinquency of a minor is a class 4 CLASS 6 felony; (b) IF THE VIOLATION OF THE LAW, ORDINANCE, OR ORDER CONSTITUTES A MISDEMEANOR, CONTRIBUTING TO THE DELINQUENCY OF A MINOR IS A MISDEMEANOR OF THE SAME CLASS AS…
No/Yes An Adult that is just having a normal conversation with a minor is not contributing to that minors delinquency....An adult that is having a conversation with a minor in order to assist and/or convince said minor commit an illegal act can be considered contributing to that minors delinquency.. Such as giving that minor information/instruction on how to make a pipe bomb or how to shoplift,or how to steal a car ect ect..
If I give my son permission to ride my motorcycle without a license and he crashes into another vehicle can I be held liable for the cost of repairs to the other vehicle?
How long does a contributing to the delinquency of a minor conviction stay on your record in California?
The court has no interest in the personal lives of either the step child or the uncle unless they are in violation of the law. If the step child is a minor the uncle could be charged with contributing to the delinquency of a minor and statutory rape. The child could be charged with juvenile delinquency. If the couple claims to have a platonic loving relationship, questions and eyebrows are certainly raised but I don't…
Make sure you know what you're asking and then define what you mean by "harboring." Depending on the circumstances of the situation the person should be cautious of being charged with "Abduction." At the very least harboirng an underage juvenile could bring a charge of "contributing to the delinquency of a minor."
What charges can be put on an adult male who has a relationship with a sixteen year old even though he has consent?
The male can be charged with Statutory Rape. It does not matter whether the male had permission or not, it is still Sex with a Minor. The parents could have the male charged. State laws vary, but the male could be charged with any of the following and some not listed: * Rape * Statutory Rape * Sex with a minor * Underage sex * Sexual contact with a minor * Criminal Sexual Conduct, 1st…