Those who register must tell authorities where they live, work and go to school and what vehicle they drive.
Some parents and attorneys say the consequences should be less severe for a young adult who has a consensual sexual relationship with a minor.
Less-severe charges were filed last week against four students at Century Middle School in Lakeville, who are accused of using their cellphones to take and send “inappropriate” photos and video of two girls undressing in the locker room. The photos and video spread to more than 40 students at school.
“It almost makes you aghast to see how serious this stuff gets,” said John Leunig, a criminal attorney in St.
What seems like a high school romance can lead to a felony conviction and having to register as a sexual offender.
And having nude pictures of a minor is technically possessing child porn.
A college already rejected his son because of his conviction, he said.And yes, there are things he could legally be charged with even if you don't have sex under the right (or wrong) circumstances. He would be encouraging the minor to disobey her parents.The parents can get a restraining order against him as well.My question involves criminal law for the state of: Oregon I know questions like these get asked often, by curious teens, but I am a fifteen year old who met a lovely boy at the college that I attend (so no one prejudices him about it).We'd like to date, and eventually be in a relationship, however my parents are completely against it.Benda pleaded guilty to the charge in November 2012. The charge was dismissed in July 2014 after he successfully completed two years of probation.Such a legal arrangement is called a stay of adjudication.For all we know, she's living at home and taking college credits at a local school while she finishes high school.Second, even if they did "send her off" that does not void their legal right to control her.It may make it more difficult, but it doesn't remove their rights. 5, 2015: Samuel Benda, now 21, was charged in 2011 with possession of child pornography for having a nude photo of his 17-year-old high school girlfriend on his cellphone, taken on the night of their prom.