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24 Jun

Teens and young adults sometimes aren’t aware of the possible criminal consequences of dating someone underage, attorneys say.What seems like a high school romance can lead to a felony conviction and having to register as a sexual offender.However, all minors in Texas may consent to treatment pertaining to pregnancy, drug or alcohol abuse, or infectious diseases.The table below highlights some of the main provisions of Texas legal ages laws.Any minor petitioning a Texas court for emancipation -- that is, being declared an adult in the eyes of the law -- must be a Texas resident, 17 years old (or 16 and living apart from one's parents), and able to support and manage one's own affairs.The minor seeking emancipation will have to state the following in his or her petition: Consenting to Medical Treatment as a Minor Any minor who is either in the military or 16 years old and living apart from one's parents (and thus eligible for emancipation) may consent to medical treatment.

If you really, really, really care for this guy..how much you care about him by staying away from him.

Oh, so you are old enough for sex but not for a serious talk with your father? They aren't the ones who'll be doing the cuffing, the stuffing, or the dishing out of any criminal sentence.

Wow okay, I'm not stupid I know that my parents can't change anything with their consent. Only reason I even said anything is because if my boyfriend and I stay in a committed relationship I know the conversation is going to come up eventually and I don't want my dad getting pissed and calling rape.

I know in the state of Texas there is a maximum 3 year age difference but we are only about 2 years and 8 months apart, so does it still apply for us?? Im gonna go out and speak from experience that high school dating/relationships almost never works out, please focus on school and working on a successful career, and don't have to worry about this mess.... I have talked to my mom about it, and shes okay with it because she knows about our relationship and how i feel about him. Oh, you might want to tell mommy that if these acts happen with her knowledge and aid, she may be charged as well.

I have said little to my dad about it because he's still in the stage of accepting the fact that his little girl is growing up. Yep, parents don't get the luxury of "allowing" their MINOR children to knowingly be victims of crime - no matter how much the CHILD wants to be victimized.