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I was able to determine that the fornication law was enforced as recently as the 1990's in one county where it was applied in cases of unwed teen mothers. I'd guess that in most parts of the state if a case came before the Court involving underage kids dating (and doing whatever else) it would probably be tossed out, barring any unusual circumstances.
Case law and word-of-mouth stories are two entirely different things.
After you create your account, you'll be able to customize options and access all our 15,000 new posts/day with fewer ads. I think it goes somthing like if the age difference is more than four years its against the law, otherwise its over looked...
But again I don't know if that's the case in your state. Does anyone know if there is an actual law which clarifies how the age differences between minors impact the consequences?
“It doesn’t protect anybody over 20 years old – nobody,” Hill told the Senate on Monday.
“It doesn’t protect anybody who uses force.” Also left untouched is the law that makes plying a girl with alcohol or drugs and then having sex the same as forcible rape, at any age. He can’t choose where he wants to live, in some cases he can’t be around little sisters, nieces, and will have a hard time getting a decent job. of young men who’ve gone through exactly that.” The Idaho Department of Correction reports that there are currently 46 offenders under its supervision who wouldn’t have been convicted if Hill’s bill had been in place.
Hill said he’s accumulated a thick file of cases in which consensual, boyfriend-girlfriend relationships have led to such convictions. The state prosecuting attorneys association opposed the bill at an earlier committee hearing, saying prosecutors have discretion to use the law in appropriate cases.
But Hill said he can’t think of an appropriate case for this particular law.
The provisions of subsections (1) and (2) of this section shall not affect the age requirements in any other provision of law, unless otherwise provided in any such law. Brent Hill, R-Rexburg, says it’s been ruining young men’s lives.“In most states, in fact 35 states, the age of consent is 16,” Hill told the Idaho Senate. Under his bill, SB 1385, the age of consent for both boys and girls would remain 18, except in cases where the partner is less than three years older.I think boisefan88 points you in the right direction by suggesting that you look into how things have actually been prosecuted in the state in recent years. Again, calling a lawyer might be your best bet..will give free initial consultations/advice over the phone...