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If you are a 16-year-old female and get pregnant by a 32-year-old male can he be criminally charged?

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2009-08-10 16:46:11
2009-08-10 16:46:11

NO CRAP. that is RAPE. that is just discusting and so wrong. he could go to prison for life. This will depend on the age of consent in your locality or the locality in which the intercourse occurred. you should be able to find this information at a local library or through google.

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