Ibn-Tyrone Miller, 23, pleaded guilty in June to statutory sexual assault and indecent assault.
The man’s attorney argued the man believed he had “explicit consent” and was not aware of the girl’s age.The girl says she showed the man a notebook which stated her age.A number of children’s rights groups have expressed outrage to the ruling and demanded the law be revised."The question of consent or its absence should never be asked for rape victims who are minors," La Voix de l'Enfant, a children’s rights group, told The Straits Times.magazine's Vulture on the map back in the day, thanks to Jessica Pressler and Chris Rovzar's recaps, which took on a life of their own and were often more entertaining than the show itself.
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(read more) Lackawanna County Commissioner Patrick O’Malley urged voters to cast ballots on the reassessment question despite a Commonwealth Court ruling this morning that invalidated the referendum.
(read more) A New Jersey man will spend up to nine years in state prison on several separate charges, including having sex with a 15-year-old girl at a January party in Carbondale.
She said he promised to “teach her how to kiss,” The Washington Post reported.
When the two arrived at the building, they had sexual intercourse in a stairwell.
“We should not even have this debate when it comes to a child,” Diebolt said.