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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 SEX and the LAW You may see it as love...but, having sex with anyone under the age of 18 is against the law unless married. You could be charged with Statutory Rape. If charged with Statutory Rape and there is less than a three year difference, you could be found guilty of a misdemeanor (up to a year in jail). However, if the agedifference is greater you can face a felony charge and land in prison for 2 to 4 years.Also, you could be liable to pay in civil penalties. Sexual assult and battery is any type of sexual activity to which you did not consent. Assaulting or aiding in the assault of another with the intent to commit rape,sodomy or oral copulation is felony sexual assault Touching another person intimately without consent for sexual gratification,arousal or sexual abuse could be sexualbattery and can lead to jail or prisonand/or a fine up to $10,000 (may alsohave to register as a sex offender). Both parents are required toto support the child until theyturn 18. If one fails to do so the other parent can take the case to court.A judge may order that a portion of yourwages be deducted from your paychecksfor child support payments. If the countyends up caring for the child, you may haveto pay the county's attorney fees andcourt costs. Child Support Date Rape Drugs Baby Drop-Off LawThis is a law aimed at deterring mothers fromabandoning their unwanted newborns in dumpsters,carboard boxes, etc. The newborn's parent can voluntarysurrender the infant to a fire station or hospital.The infant should be 72 hours old or younger, Include: GHB, Rohypnol, and Ketamine.They are drugs that can be slipped intoan unsuspecting victim's drink to renderhim/her physically helpless and pave the way for a sexual assult. If convictedof using such drugs to rape or tryto rape someone caould face up to 20years in prison.
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