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What is the likelihood of a 17-year-old in Louisiana being emancipated on the grounds of mental abuse if there are people to testify that it would be best for the minor to move out?

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2006-03-03 18:35:09

It depends on the judge, if she is convinced by the 17 year old and the witnesses, then the judge will emancipate him/her.

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