no you cant get in trouble for dating a girl that's above the consent age but you can get in trouble if you and the girl have sex because you're under the age of consent.
He can choose whatever he likes, but if he actually does it, he'll get in trouble and his non-custodial parent will get in trouble for letting him.
Sports are keeping teens out of trouble by giving them something to do, keeping them clean, and staying honest with themselves.
If you are the custodial parent you can.
I assume this is a case of the child being with the non-custodial parent and not wanting to go back to the custodial's parent when visitation is over? IF so, and if you're in the US...absolutely you can get in trouble for that.
By keeping out of trouble and studying.
No. The child is now eighteen and he or she can make their own decision although that may cause trouble if the child still lives with the "custodial" parent.
No, in your state 14 year olds can get married with parental consent
It depends on what you mean by clean. If it is a health hazard they can get in trouble.
The age of consent in Missouri is difficult..If you are 14, you can consent up to 21.If you are 17, you can consent to anyone.So you are safe to consent to anyone (above the age of 14).
Not leagally but you can it just if one of you get in trouble he can get into trouble.
Stay out of trouble and do as you're told.