None, in most states the legal age of majority is 18, in Alabama and Nebraska it is 19, in Mississippi and Pennsylvania it is 21. There are several states which use the age of 17 to designate a minor as an "adult" for adjudication purposes; these type juvenile laws do not supercede the established age of majority.
No. You're not considered a legal adult at 17 in any state (although you can be tried as an adult if you commit a crime). The magic age is 18.
You are considered an adult in the state of Texas at age 17.
No, it's 18. Below 18 is not adult age in any state.
17 is the legal age to be considered an adult.
Hi, I live in Michigan and the legal adult age is 17.
It really depends on what state you live in. In GA you are a legal adult art 17. In most states, if you are married and over the age of 16 you are considered an adult. Good Luck.
No you are not. Apart from a few states where the age is higher, the legal adult age is 18 in the US.
A child become a legal adult at 18, age of sexual consent is 17.
once your 17 your considered a legal adult
Ohio considers the age of 17 as an adult. * The legal age of majority in Ohio is 18. The legal age at which a minor can be charged for a criminal offense under adult statutes is 17. The legal age at which a minor may marry with parental consent is 16.
It depends on your state's law and the desires of the prosecutor. The state's law will define what age a person is a juvenile or an adult. If your state defines an adult at the age of 17 then you can be charged as an adult.
You are considered a legal adult when you reach the age of majority; in Wisconsin the age of majority is 18.
The legal age to drive across a state boarder is 17.
The legal age in the state of New York is 17 years of age. This is also known as the age of consent.
no, 17 is the legal adult age in Louisiana. I live in LA too.
You become a legal adult on the day you turn 18.
no 18 is legal adult for everyone
It most likely depends on the state you live in. Most states you are a legal adult at the age of 17. It also probably depends on your situation.
No, they haven't reached the age of 18. Having a child doesn't change the age requirement.
There are no laws about what age you have to be to date, so it is legal. There are laws about sexual activity depending on the state. In most places you have to be at least 16 to consent, if not 17 or 18.
No, the legal age of majority in Missouri is 18. Please do not confuse this age with the age cited in the juvenile code referring to an "adult" as being 17-years of age. The JC is for adjudication procedures only and does not supercede the established legal age of the state which is most assuredly, 18.
17 is legal age in the state of Michigan.
No, at 18.