The sex registry is for people who are absolute criminals, pedophiles, child molesters, dangerous people. So, in Texas a 17-year-old can legally have sex with a 14-year-old , but if either party is under 14, like the girl in this case, the law does not apply."Every parent needs to know if you have a son or daughter who's sexually active," she warned. Juvenile court judges decide whether delinquents are placed on the registry, which has happened, according to two attorneys who defend juveniles.
The boy's mother is asking for compassion."Everybody was young.
“I had that exact fact pattern that I fought for a year,” said Jackie Stewart Gravois, an attorney for the Harris County Public Defender’s Office.
“They ended up dismissing it because, ultimately, everyone agreed it was a consensual act.” Prosecutors in that case were assured there was no violence or threat of force between the students, who were also in junior high at the time, Gravois said.
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