Don't bother telling me that I don't know him, or you, and it's not like that and you're more mature than the average 15 year old and all that rigamarole.
It's pretty similar to the contributing but it does not require the minor to actuslly having had to do anything illegsl. §§ 163.425, 163.426 (2017).) Third degree sexual abuse includes sexual contact between a minor who is 14, 15, 16, or 17, and a defendant who is at least three years older. Penalties include a fine of up to ,250, up to one year in jail, or both. They may argue that the victim herself represented that she was older than she was, and that a reasonable person would have believed her. Defendants accused of statutory rape often claim that they had no reason to know that their partner was underage.Though statutory rape does not require that the prosecutor prove an assault, it is still rape. Of course, rape that does involve force or an assault is illegal in Oregon and prosecuted as forcible rape. Their incapacity is written into the statute—hence the term, “statutory” rape. The age of consent can vary among states, and some states differentiate between consensual sex between minors who are close in age (for example, two teenagers of the same age), as opposed to sex between a minor and a much older adult. §§ 161.605, 161.625, 163.345, 163.365 (2017).) Rape in the third degree includes consensual sex between a minor who is 14 or 15, and a defendant who is at least three years older than the victim. Penalties include a fine of up to 5,000, up to five years in prison, or both. A lawyer can often negotiate with the prosecutor for a lesser charge or a reduction in penalties (such as, for example, probation instead of prison time) and will know how prosecutors and judges typically handle cases like yours. Punishments can include imprisonment and post-prison supervision, depending on such factors as the defendant’s criminal history. Laws can change over time, and a lawyer can evaluate the strength of the prosecution’s case against you and help develop any defenses that might apply to your case.If these parents wanted to control their child, then they should not have sent her off to college at age 15.Are they expecting college people aged 18-22 to behave according to the maturity level of a 15-year-old? First, we don't know that they "sent her off" to college.