Statutory rape dating
The state police have contacted me for my side of the story but I'm stuck out of state.Can I be found guilty over allegations or do they have to have physical proof, will they issue a warrant for my arrest if they don't hear from me in an x amount of time or will the charges be processed or dropped after a period of time I just need a better 3rd person understanding perspective on the situation plz and thank u I'm not I pedophile or child molester or none of that an I'm not getting charged as that im in love with this girl and when the time is right I will marry her, but until then I need a better idea of how to handle this situation thank you.Thanks for the info guys what's the statute of limitations on those statements, how much time has to pass til it's irrelevant or whatever the case, I can stay out of cuffs but how long and in the case I do get arrested thousands of miles away what would be the extradition scenario. And I'm not going or giving myself up over accusations not happening if I gotta fight this in court I'm going to trial cause me and her both know nothing happened.It's BS and her dad should be charged for threatening her to a false statement. Y'know, it really doesn't say very good things about you that at the age of 24 you're "in love" with a 16 year old.Her mom lives in Kentucky and her dad lives in illinois.my girlfriend started telling him she was going to move to her mom's because she will have more freedom as she said.My question involves criminal law for the state of: Illinois So, I'm 24 my girlfriend is 16 she'll be 17 in December.Her parents knew we'd been talking for months, her mom is ok with our relationship the dad was uncomfortable but allowed it.
This means that sex with them, by definition, violates the law.
So, the dad freaks blames me an files statements saying I raped his daughter feed her drugs feed her mom drugs brainwashed her all kinds of crazy stuff.
So he files statements charges haven't been filed they go an talk to state police and I'm assuming some social workers to talk to her for 6 hrs n she denies all the allegations until her dad scare her into saying we had sex in Kentucky and in Illinois.
Definition of Rape Under Georgia law, rape is defined as a man having “carnal knowledge” of “a female forcibly and against her will.” In this instance, carnal knowledge is very specifically defined as “penetration of the female sex organ (vagina) by the male sex organ (penis).” Rape can occur even between spouses, so the defendant cannot use the fact that he is married to the person accusing him of rape as a defense.
Sexual offenses involving two men, or two women, that may otherwise be considered rape are charged as aggravated sodomy or sexual battery in Georgia. Because in the eyes of the law, a person under 16 can't legally consent to sex.
Dear Panel, I am currently 17 and my girlfriend is 16.