Yes, he can.
she needs to stay get her some help that's a life that's needs help than she will become a beautiful person inside and out
i BELEIVE THERE IS ABSOLUTELY NO WAY YOU CAN LEAVE YOUR HOME LEGALLY WITH OUT BEING 18 OR YOU CAN BRANDED AS A " RUN-AWAY MISFIT" AND CAN GET IN ALOT OF UNSPOKEN TROUBLE WITH YOUR FAMILY ANG THE STATE.
Absolutely NOT! don't attempt this you can get in big trouble, it will stay on your record for a year.
from my thoughts, no. it would have some trouble legally going through security. dont try! ...is my recommendation.
Probably not. Would the mother be willing if the child,..........yes, 17 is legally a child,....., was accompanied by a classmate? (Strength in numbers).
Legally they probably can. As a practical matter (time/expense/trouble) they may choose not to do so on a minor offense.
Yes, you could get in trouble.
Jody had trouble proving that her husband was molesting their daughter, so the courts could not legally convict him of the crime.
Yes IF the 17 year old daughter is still under the parents custody. If they have been disowned, or have disowned their parents, or are under the legal custody of someone else, such as a grandparent or other person, then the biological parents cannot get in trouble, but if the daughter is still under their custody while living elsewhere, she is still in their control by the governments standards and they can still be in trouble.
No, you cannot legally move in without their permission. You must be 18 or have their permission.