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    umm yes i would like help with my question...so if any one has informarion for me PLEASE help..

    i am 14 and the person i am seeing is 18
    can he get in trouble?
    there is NO sexual activity going on..
    are we aloud to date??

    PLEASE HELP I DON'T WANT HIM TO GET IN TROUBLE!

    thanx in advance

    )boo boo(

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    Yes, you can date your boyfriend. There are no age restrictions for dating.

    Read this post:
    http://www.laborlawtalk.com/showpost...30&postcount=3

    It explains the age of consent in Michigan. Due to the age of your boyfriend, you can not engage in sexual conduct with him.

    Let me know if you have any questions...

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    • #3
      ummm kind athe same question??

      ummm well okay,
      besides my parents...there is no way of him getting in trouble...
      ??

      because my mom already has a p.p.o. out on him... but is VERY sorry she did it... and says she misses him..so when it is over she WANTS us to be together... so in may it's over...

      if i start going out with him again will he get in trouble legally...??...

      )again the parental thing isnt an issue(


      also what about kissing...because it's not "sexual" but at the same time...is it??


      thanks again in advance!

      _boo_boo_
      Last edited by BooBoo; 11-01-2005, 04:46 PM.

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      • #4
        Dating is not illegal
        FYI http://ageofconsent.com/ageofconsent.htm (sexual) but keep in mind if one party is an adult, there are sex based and non sex based criminal charges that the adult could be criminally liable for

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