timemonkey wrote:And now you're just saying the same thing over and over with no actual facts to back it up.
FlyingFish wrote:Hm... this brings up an interesting question: how old was Rich during the runaway period? I'm pretty sure Penny was still 16, and taking someone of that age away from home and parents for over a month AND having sex with her is surely far worse than merely having sex with her.
www.age-of-consent.info/states/California wrote:The California legal Age of Consent for sexual contact is 18 years old. There are a total of eleven states have set their age of consent at 18 years old, the highest legal age of consent in any state.
The age of consent in California is 18, with a misdemeanor if the minor has 3 or fewer years of difference with the major, and potentially a felony if the major is more than 3 years older. The close-in-age rule in California (3 years) do not provide an exception nor provide any defense; it merely lowers the crime to a misdemeanor. Under this law, two minors of the exact same age could both be prosecuted with a misdemeanor. Penalties increase if the minor is under 16 and the major is above 21 or if the minor is more than 3 years younger.
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