yes its if its by law
Our circuit's juvenile office (here in Missouri) says that seventeen is a "gray" area, and generally speaking, they can leave, and not forced to return. Our circuit's juvenile office (here in Missouri) says that seventeen is a "gray" area, and generally speaking, they can leave, and not forced to return.
yes, bc your in there care. the governments care therefore they can.
Yes, I believe this is the case across the U.S., except possibly Texas. Apparently in Texas the police will not force 17-year-olds to return to their parents. Another option is to get legally emancipated by a court.
Yes, Stephanie March will return for about 10 episodes in the new season and there will be a new female ADA.
Parents are responsible until the age of majority, which is 18, although in some states the child can choose to leave home at 17 and cannot be forced to return (a loophole created by state law allowing a child to go to jail at 17). Ina strange twist, in those states (like Georgia) should the child leave at 17, the parents are legally responsible for some of their actions until 18.
Seventeen is not the same as being eighteen. Until you are an adult, the law can return you to the parents.
once you are legally emancipated no law inforcement can force you to move back home.
IF you signed a contract, it wasn't forced on you. If you didn't sign a contract you can return it as you wish.
General Douglas McArthur vowed to return to the Philippines when forced to leave by the Japanese.
In Georgia, you can leave home at age 17 and cannot be forced to return, whether you are pregnant or not (but you can't be kicked out until age 18).
The age of majority in Pennsylvania is 18. That is the age at which you can legally move out on your own. If you try to move out before that age, or run away, you can be reported as a runaway and forced to return home.
Report it stolen.