According to those statutes, the fact that a person under the age of sixteen consents to having sexual relations with a person of at least eighteen years of age is not a defense that will be considered when determining the eighteen year old’s guilt.
These may be some of the questions running through the mind of Kaitlyn Hunt as she continues to murk her way through the criminal justice system for engaging in a relationship with her fourteen year old, same sex girlfriend.
What about the freshmen and sophomore students—should they know about the possible consequences of their actions on others, and about their incapacity to consent?
Should sex education be required, and if so, is that the best place to tell Florida high school students that they may not legally consent to having sexual relationships until the age of sixteen according to Florida Statute 794.05 and 800.04?
Tattooing a minor older than 16 years of age, but younger than 18 years of age may not be performed unless: The statute provides grounds for discipline, administrative and criminal penalties, licensure fees, and rulemaking authority to the FDOH to implement the tattoo artist and tattoo establishment regulation and repeals the requirement for "general supervision' of tattoo establishments and tattoo artists by a physician or dentist.
A person seeking licensure as a tattoo artist must apply to the FDOH in the format prescribed by the FDOH.
Age of consent reform is efforts to change age of consent laws.