Age of Majority in Alabama Every state has minor laws that dictate the "age of majority," or the age at which an citizen is considered an adult in the eyes of the law.
Alabama draws that line at 19 years old, although minors still have certain legal rights and responsibilities.
(2)"Produce" means to direct, promote, advertise publish, manufacture, issue, present or show. (c) "Family member" means a parent, grandparent, or child, whether by whole blood, half-blood or adoption and includes a step-grandparent, step-parent or step-child.
Any person entitled to notice of a hearing under this subsection (e-5) may object to the motion. For the purposes of this Section: (1) "Disseminate" means (i) to sell, distribute, exchange or transfer possession, whether with or without consideration or (ii) to make a depiction by computer available for distribution or downloading through the facilities of any telecommunications network or through any other means of transferring computer programs or data to a computer. (b) "Bodily harm" means physical harm, and includes, but is not limited to, sexually transmitted disease, pregnancy and impotence.
” The line between child and adult can be fuzzy, so how does the Yellowhammer State distinguish between minors and adults in the eyes of the law?
This is an introduction to legal age laws in Alabama.
In medical care cases, minors aged 14 and above may consent to treatment.
The following information was taken directly from the Oregon state legislation website at OFFENSES 163.305 Definitions.
Indecent solicitation of a child is: (1) a Class 1 felony when the act, if done, would be predatory criminal sexual assault of a child or aggravated criminal sexual assault; (2) a Class 2 felony when the act, if done, would be criminal sexual assault; (3) a Class 3 felony when the act, if done, would be aggravated criminal sexual abuse. "Sex offense" means any violation of Article 11 of this Code or a violation of Section 12-13, 12-14, 12-14.1, 12-15, 12-16, or 12-16.2 of this Code. A second or subsequent violation of this Section or a substantially similar law of another state is a Class 4 felony. The evidence may be unsealed and viewed, on a motion of the party seeking to unseal and view the evidence, only for good cause shown and in the discretion of the court.
(a-5) A person commits sexual exploitation of a child who knowingly entices, coerces, or persuades a child to remove the child’s clothing for the purpose of sexual arousal or gratification of the person or the child, or both. As used in this Section: "Sexual act" means masturbation, sexual conduct or sexual penetration as defined in Section 12-12 of this Code. (1) Sexualexploitation of a child is a Class A misdemeanor. (b) It is an affirmative defense to a charge of soliciting for a juvenile prostitute that the accused reasonably believed the person was of the age of 16 years or over or was not a severely or profoundly mentally retarded person at the time of the act giving rise to the charge. Soliciting for a juvenile prostitute is a Class 1 felony. (e-5) Upon the conclusion of a case brought under this Section, the court shall seal all evidence depicting a victim or witness that is sexually explicit.
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