It may be from peer pressure and it may also be attributed to the fact that kids are simply growing up faster than they used to, physically and mentally.
If you are a teen or if you have a teen that may be considering having sex, be sure that he or she understands the seriousness of the activity.
An underage person having sex, even with a significant other, who is much older, is putting that significant other at risk of getting in trouble with the law.
If you have been charged with statutory rape or any other form of rape, or perhaps you are considering charging someone else with rape, contact a criminal attorney in Rolling Meadows, Ill. Attorney Chris Cosley will help you through the court process to get the outcome that you want today.
Some of these laws include: Aggravated Criminal Sexual Assault – when a person under the age of 17 has sex with a minor under the age of 9, or uses force or threat of force to have sex with a minor at least 9 years old, but under the age of 13.
Predatory Criminal Sexual Assault of a Child – when a person 17-years-old or older has sex with a minor under the age of 13.
Again, consent is a legal term, not a factual term.