If a 16-year-old and a 19-year-old run away in the state of Tennessee can the 19-year-old be charged with kidnapping?
Don't be foolish.
Can a mother be charged for kidnapping by the ex who sign the birth certificate even if he is not the child's real dad?
If you signed temporary custody over to your mother of your son would you be charged with kidnapping if you took him without her permission?
Mother wants to take her son to see family for a week an has no vehicle an gets a ride from a friend can the friend be charged with kidnapping?
What if a 17 year old that lives in Tennessee and runs away to Michigan will the cops come after them?
Your stepson who is in foster care but you are in the process of getting custody of and was already supposed to have ran away to your house Can you be charged with kidnapping?
Generally in the United States, an unmarried mother has legal custody of her child until the father establishes his paternity in court and requests custody and visitation. If he has not established his paternity legally, only the mother has legal custody. Therefore she would not be in any position to be charged with kidnapping her own child.
What would happen to a 17 year old in Michigan if they moved out without consent And If she moved out without it and went across state lines with someone over 18 could they be charged with kidnapping?
Would you be in trouble if you took an autistic person away from their home without asking their family?
Autism is a very wide spectra so how a person is varies greatly. If the person is a minor you could be charged with kidnapping unless you have consent from his parents or guardian. If he is an adult and has a guardian you will also need consent. If he is an adult like the rest of us and do not need a guardian you do not have to tell anyone, the choice to go…
Can a mother be charged with parental kidnapping if she takes her child out of state and shes divorced from the father?
If someone entered the US on someone elses passport but has a child who is a citizen go back home without any trouble?
You would have to check your state's expungement law. Some states will not expunge certain crimes, and Kidnapping may be among them. In addition - the question arises as to whether or not you were charged with the FEDERAL offense or a state statute. It may make all the difference in the world when you (or your attorney) wish to take action on it.
What can you do if my 16 year old daughter left with out your consent to go with her 18 year old boyfriend?
Can a mother get her children if the father has had them and refuses to let her see them but the parents were never married and there is no court matters dealing with custody?
No. You are not proving yourself to be a responsible adult and parent-to-be and no court would emancipate you now. Everyone who helps you can get charged with aiding a runaway, a federal offense. If someone helped you run away they can get charged with kidnapping. And the CPS will be interested in you as a parent if you are on the run.