Question: Can a 16 year old date a 21 year old in Florida?

Legal Sex Age in Florida In Florida, the age of consent is 18 years old, sexual intercourse with someone who is under 18 is considered statutory rape. There is a close-in-age exemption (Romeo & Juliet Law) allowing minors who are 16 or 17 to have sex with someone no older than 23 years old.

Can a 16 year old girl date a 21 year old boy in Florida?

It is legal in Florida for a 16 year old, no younger, to have sexual activity with a 23 year old, no older, as long as social services arent required for either person (pregnancy) in a potential charge of contributing to the delinquency of a minor.

18 years old In Florida, the age of consent is 18 years old. However, under Florida Statute 943.04354—which was enacted into law in 2007—there is what is referred to as the “Romeo and Juliet” provision. This allows a minor who is age 16 or 17 to legally consent to sexual activity with someone between the ages of 16 and 23.

Can a 22 year old date a 17 year old Florida?

Florida Statute 794.05 is Floridas provision on sexual battery, and states that any sexual activity between two individuals – one aged 16 or 17 and the other aged up to 23 – is not illegal.

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