The Washington Attorney General, as the chief law officer of the state, provides official opinions on questions of law at the request of designated public officials on issues arising in the course of their duties. Since the person is over 16, if the parents do not prohibit it, they can date and be in each other's company.An Attorney General Opinion is a statement of the Attorney General’s official views on a legal question relating to a public officer’s duties.
Meanwhile, just be friends with the 20 year old, but don't get involved with them for now.
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Well, if his PO has arbitrarily put a condition about being around minors and his offense has nothing to do with a sexual nature or minors, then he would have a defense to any probation violation that is issued as there is no logical or legal reason for the prohibition. That doesn't mean that the PO can't bring the violation and he won't have to defend against it though.
Definition of Rape Under Georgia law, rape is defined as a man having “carnal knowledge” of “a female forcibly and against her will.” In this instance, carnal knowledge is very specifically defined as “penetration of the female sex organ (vagina) by the male sex organ (penis).” Rape can occur even between spouses, so the defendant cannot use the fact that he is married to the person accusing him of rape as a defense.
Sexual offenses involving two men, or two women, that may otherwise be considered rape are charged as aggravated sodomy or sexual battery in Georgia. Because in the eyes of the law, a person under 16 can't legally consent to sex.