The authorities can press charges because they are the ones that enforce the laws. Parently consent to this doesnt override the law.
NO THEY CAN NOT PRESS CHARGES IF YOUR PARENTS DON'T WANT TO AND YOUR BOYFRIEND HAS TO BE AT LEAST 4 OR 5 YEARS OLDER THAN YOU IN ORDER TO PRESS CHARGES
yes, if the parents do not press charges, chances are the state will.
only if your parents want to press charges.
Ohhh yeah. He could do a lot of time in prison for that.
no matter where you are, that could be considered rape. If she or her parents press charges, you could go to jail.
It depends on the charges in the jurisdiction in question. In most places the age of consent is 16, so it would not be illegal and no charges could be brought.
If her parents press charges then yes, and if she presses charges then yes.
He could be brought on criminal charges. Once someone breaks the law, it isn't necessarily the parents that have to decide whether or not to press charges. The prosecutor makes the decision. And parents cannot 'allow' someone to break the law. He could if the wrong person finds out about it like the police. If the parents of the 15 year old don't press charges then maybe he won't get caught. I don't know what the law is in Georgia but it may be possible for him to marry the girl then it will be legal but she would need the parents consent.
yes you can press charges, because it is a form of child abuse
yes she's a minor if the parents want to press charges your in trouble
Depends on the parents of the 17 year old. If they press charges or not.
yes. she has not reached her legal age. Her parents still are over her. She has to be 18. So on the other hand the mother could press charges for rape and if she would have left out of state you could be charged with kidnapping.
The parents cannot give you permission to break the law. Yes, you can be prosecuted and sent to jail.
Charges could be brought. What they might be would depend on the jurisdiction and specific situation.
If the boy is 16 and gets a girl pregnant who is 15, the parents can press charges under statutory rape if they choose. This varies by state though.
You're too young to press charges. But a judge will be happy to appoint a guardian who can press charges and the prosecutor will be happy to charge him with statutory rape.
It depends on how old YOU were at the time....under 18 in most states, then yes they can press charges
In some states but not all.
They could press civil charges, but would be likely to lose and be counter sued. They cannot press criminal charges, but the State can.
YES! THE PARENT CAN FILE CHARGES AGAINST THE 18 YEAR OLD.IN FACT THE STATE CAN PICK UP THE CHARGES WITHOUT YOUR PARENTS CONSENT WHICH WOULD BE CORRUPION OF A MINOR. IT COULD BE RAPE CHARGES AGAINST THE 18 YEAR OLD!
Your parent can press charges against him
i am pretty sure, since the age for her to make her own choice is either at the age of 16 or 18
Only if the 17 year olds parents want to press charges..
Your parents could press rape charges on the 22 year old man as well as force him to pay child support. At 15 she is a minor and he is an adult at 22. He knew what he was doing.
This depends on the laws on the state and if the parents want to press charges.