If Iam16 and my baby’s father is19,will he be charged as a sex offender?

Asked on November 9, 2011 under Criminal Law, Wisconsin


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Answered 9 years ago | Contributor

As you are probably aware there are laws in each state in this country prohibiting intimate relations between an adult and a minor as in your situation.

Whether the situation that you have with your baby's father will arise an investigation for a possible stautory rape charge against him by law enforcement remains to be seen. The thing in his favor is the relative closeness in age between you to, 16 and 19.

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