So, they're not getting the air blowing on them and all they have is sun on them. If a friend is with the parent or guardian, the courts will not change them with the criminal act of leaving a child unattended or unsupervised in a car, because the friend of the caregiver has no responsibility to the child.If the caregiver can see the child in the car from a window, say like at a gas station, then the child is not considered unattended or unsupervised, under the law.It could be true if you’re just going in and coming back out,” says Paul. Under Florida law, Section 316.6135, it is NOT always unlawful to leave a child in an automobile.The time and age of the child do change the nature of the situation, though.As for rape of any kind, let alone statutory, since 97% of violent rapists never go to jail, it seems a bit arbitrary to consider sending anyone to jail who was in a completely consensual and non-violent relationship.
Effective October 1, 2011, a minor who is caught sending, creating or possessing a nude image of a minor will be charged with a non-criminal violation under Florida law.
Under the new law a minor will receive either a fine or 8 hours of community service and may also be required to attend educational classes.
A second offense will result in a first degree misdemeanor, and a third offense will result in a third degree felony.
With no previous attempt from Kaitlyn’s girlfriend’s family to communicate their disapproval of the relationship, the 18 year old high school student was arrested in February, in her home, and taken away in handcuffs.
Her parents assumed that her girlfriend’s family was aware of the relationship, but apparently things were a bit more complicated.
The lack of attempt at talking things out one family to another, and the very serious felony charges brought up against Hunt (lewd and lascivious battery on a child ages 12 to 16), seem to point to a hysterical outburst of homophobia on the part of her girlfriend’s parents upon finding out about the relationship.