Question: Is 17 a minor in Indiana?

A minor is someone who has not reached the “age of majority.” The age at which an individual is considered an adult in the eyes of the law, or the “age of majority,” is 18 in most states, including Indiana. The emancipation process would then apply to those under the age of 18.

Its all about age. In Indiana, the age of consent is 16. Once someone reaches 16 years of age, the law allows them to make their own decisions about their sexual relations. Their adult partners no longer risk charges of sexual misconduct with a minor.

What age is a minor in Indiana?

18 years old Parents or guardians can only be held liable for certain conduct of their minor children. And since Indiana defines the age of majority as 18 years old (as do most states), the Indiana laws were discussing here do not apply to parents whose children are over the age of 18.

How old can a 17-year-old date?

As a 17-year-old, you may only have sex with someone who consents and is up to the age of 23, until youre 18 years old.

Can a 20 year old date a 16-year-old in Indiana?

In short, it continues to be legal, under most circumstances, for adults to engage in sexual intercourse with individuals at least 16 years old, but an adult who sends a sexually explicit photograph of themselves to a 16-year-old is committing a crime.

Whats the highest age a 17 year old can date?

As a 17-year-old, you may only have sex with someone who consents and is up to the age of 23, until youre 18 years old. That goes for 16-year-olds

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