Not without consent or the presence of a legal guardian in the US.
The minor can be taken back home by law enforcement and you can be charged with harboring a runaway.
No not without parental consent in us or uk
The answer is actually in the question. As long as they are a minor, they cannot move out.
Yes, a police officer can question a 10 year old without parental consent. This happens when HRS suspects a parent has committed child abuse. A parent does not have a right to abuse a child.
Yes, law enforcement officials can pretend to be you without knowledge or consent during a drug investigation. It's called undercover police work and it is not entrapment.
If probable cause is given then yes, the officer can.
Yes, but it's a better idea for a lawyer to be present.
No. At least not that I'm aware of. My parents had to give their consent before a child protection officer was allowed to interview me.
If the question is an incriminating one then absolutely not. Example: Did you break the window next door? If the question isn't incriminating then yes. Example: Did you see where the robber ran?
They can't so if one did he could be fired
If the law is missing the answer to this then it should be rectified. Otherwise you may counter this question with another "Is it legal to have sex without consent?"... NO. However that question has a label for an answer and that is "rape".
If the officer can articulate probable cause and exigent circumstance, yes.