I need the exact law that references this: The SOL for a
Hi! I need the exact law that references this: The SOL for a California statutory rape matter would be three years from the incident because the maximum penalty for a statutory rape in California is less than 8 years. Can you help?JA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?Customer: noJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: My son is being told that the SOL is 13 years. The event occurred 7 years ago. I want to help him prove that SOL has expired
I have asked this question before but I'm really feeling
I have asked this question before but I'm really feeling uneasy about it and feel like my world is about to be turned upside down. But I'm 24 and male dating a now 18 year old girl. I live in pennsylvania where age of consent is 16 however theres the corruption of a minor Statute that is 18.When we started dating was just a few months before she turned 18. Her sister is now threatening to get police involved because we started dated before she was 18. The threats only started because she is moving out of her sisters house. I want to know if I can be charged with anything and if so who would need to be the one to press charges being that she's now 18. Could her sister do it on her behalf or parents or would she have to do it herself.
Im 18 and my girlfriend is 15(we live in ohio) I know that
Im 18 and my girlfriend is 15(we live in ohio) I know that it is illegal for us to engage in "sexual conduct" as defined by ohio law, until she is 16. However since I am only 3 years older than her am I correct in assuming that it is not illegal for us to engage in "sexual contact" as defined by ohio law
Is that possible that after father charges someone for
hiJA: Hello. How can we help?Customer: is that possible that after father charges someone for statutory rape and police investigate her daughter after 2months?JA: Since laws vary from place to place, what state is this in? And when did this happen?Customer: caliJA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?Customer: noJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: no
There is an ongoing open case/investigation with the local
There is an ongoing open case/investigation with the local sheriff's department in California for going on 5 months now for a possible statutory rape. It was brought to their attention because the alleged perpetrator (30 at the time, now 31) and victim were discovered together by university police in a vehicle at the alleged victims college. She was 18 at the time and is now 19. University police sent in a report to the sheriff's department to have them investigate further. The sheriff's department conducted one interview with the alleged perpetrator about a month after they started their investigation but there has been no developments since. The two are still romantically involved and intent to be moving forward.As previously stated the alleged victim and her parents have no interest in pursuing charges. The alleged perpetrator's wife (soon to be ex wife) however does want there to be charges. She wants the husband to get into trouble and claims she will make a report with the sheriff's office but has yet to do so. She is using this situation as leverage to try and get full child custody, child support, etc.What power does the wife have in this situation in regards ***** ***** statutory rape investigation? Can she be enough to get charges brought? If there is no other evidence can her word be enough to potentially lead to conviction since it seems there would be no way to conclusively prove penetration?Since the investigation has no concrete date to potentially charge from would they by default push the beginning of the statute of limitations to the 21st birthday of the alleged victim?If the alleged perpetrator and victim move in with each other does this change anything? Marriage of the two change anything? If they move to a neighboring state would that affect the clock on the statute of limitations?Anything else that one should consider in this scenario?
I was in a relationship with an underage girl when i was 18,
i was in a relationship with an underage girl when i was 18, we had been together for 3 years and we were caught by her father during intercourse. he called the cops and they got involved and was told my case would be sent to the District Attorney or someone to see if they were going to press charges. At the event, i was told not to contact them until the police told me that it was ok to do so. i never heard anything from the authorities and the father contacted me often in spite of my requests not to until the authorities said we could. i ended up moving away from the city and later i went abroad for a while. i have been back in the states for nearly a year and still haven't heard anything from the authorities and i was just wondering if at this point it would be incriminating or in any way ill advised to contact the girl who i havent spoken with in about 3 years at this point, for closure reasons.
One of my nephew, he is 22 yrs old. He has a relationship
One of my nephew, he is 22 yrs old. He has a relationship with a girl who told our entire family that she was 21 yrs old, and both of her parents are deceased. Just about few months ago, our family finds out that his girl friend is a run away teenager and she is actually 17 yrs old from her birth mother. His girl friend is a drug user and an alcoholic. She needs money for buying drugs, so she has been blackmail him "If you don't give me money, I will turn you in as sex offender who has sex with minor." My nephew would like to turn himself in to the court, so my questions are:1. How does he turn himself in?2. What kinds of penalties will he face?The family believes that he does the right things by turning himself in , and admits that it was a mistake for believing her. He did not know of her lie. The family cares about her and urges her to go rehab to get clean, but she only wants money to buy drugs and alcohol. It is better to face the judge than dealing with her black mail. Please help.
When I was 15 I ranaway with my 19 year... When I was 15 I
When I was 15 I ranaway with my 19 year...When I was 15 I ranaway with my 19 year old boyfriend because my parents were emotionally abbusive and I have depression. Then I was not being treated. we ran away crossing state lines when my parents said they were never going to let him speak to me again and we're going to throw him in prison forsatutory rape. Now I am 17 almost 18 in 3 months and he just. Turned 21. Is there anything I can do legally to have these charges dropped? My parents are pushing it and keep saying its up to the state, but they just want him to be punished. I live in the state of Texas and he is currently being charged with Kidnapping since we left texas and went to Tennessee. We started dating when he was 18 and I was 15.