Florida teen dating laws
Every job application asks whether the applicant is a sex offender -- if the offender tells the truth he won’t be hired, if he lies to get the job he’ll be terminated.Registered sex offenders are prohibited from living less than 1,000 feet from anywhere children might congregate, such as public parks, schools, and school bus stops.Over the years, terminology evolved and the term statutory rape was replaced with sexual battery to describe under age sex.Statutory rape implies consent, even though the consent was given by a minor -- sexual battery is the opposite of consensual sex.the age at which an individual can legally agree to have sex) varies from state to state – and often splits along gender lines – it is definitive in one aspect: it refers to sexual acts between heterosexuals. S., sex between homosexuals is either not addressed by existing laws or is considered a crime.
(Even Romeo would be labeled a sex offender today, as he was believed to be 16 and Juliet 13 when their relationship began.)Though the age of consent (i.e.Spokesmen for the Hillsborough and Pasco sheriff's offices said their sexual offender units do not actively suggest the option.The circuit court in Hillsborough County has approved just five requests.Uses a computer, or any other device capable of electronic data transmission or distribution, to transmit or distribute to another minor any photograph or video of any person which depicts nudity, as defined in s.847.001(9), and is harmful to minors, as defined in s. Possesses a photograph or video of any person that was transmitted or distributed by another minor which depicts nudity, as defined in s.