One major exception is if someone is a teacher, administrator, coach, or in another position of authority over the accuser.If a person is in such a position of authority, and engages in sexual conduct with a minor (defined as under the age of 18 under Ohio law), then the person in authority may be guilty of the crime of “Sexual Battery,” in violation of Ohio Revised Code Section 2907.03(A)(8),(9), and (13).
In every state, the age at which a minor can knowingly grant consent to sexual contact is detailed in statutes.
Thanks With no sexual contact occurring, there really isn't much legal basis for stopping it.
However, if the parents say the dating must end but it continues, then a charge for Contributing to the Delinquency of a Minor might come into play.
If a married couple engages in sexual conduct, and one of the spouses is not 16, that is generally allowed and not prosecutable.
However, the couple must have a legally recognized marriage.
Love knows no bounds, but it can be impacted by the law.