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 Can a 17 year old get in trouble for being with an 21 year old?

Answer It is OK for a 17 year old to go out with a 21 year old but cannot have a sexual relationship unless both of their parents are OK with their relationship and do not report it as stachetory
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If a 17 year old guy got a 14 year old girl pregnant and the parents don't care will the 17 year old boy get in trouble?

No, because he is not overage. If he was 18 it would be considered statitory rape whether the female gave permission to have sex or not. ****If you live in the US… It's a common misconception tha... Read More »
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If a seventeen year old female is pregnant from a twenty year old male can the father get in trouble?

Can a 21-year-old get into legal trouble if he gets a 16-year-old pregnant if her mother agreed to the relationship?

Answer Yes, how much will depend on the laws of the specific state. And the mother's 'permission' doesn't negate anything, in fact can get her in trouble for contributing to the illegal act.
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Can a 17-year-old with a child by a 19-year-old move out on her own without her parents' consent and without getting in trouble in Pennsylvania?

Answer Depends on your parents. If you move in with him, ANYONE can report him to the police as a statutory rapist. There is no law against running-away from home, but if you do so you could put ... Read More »
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