New Michigan Law: Teens with Consensual Sex Offenses May Remove Stigma

New Michigan Law: Teens with Consensual Sex Offenses May Remove Stigma April 25, 2011 People that had Sex with someone below the Age of Consent as a Teenager can Petition Court for Removal from Michigan Sex Registry DETROIT, MI, April 25, 2011 /24-7 PressRelease/ — Beginning July 1, teenagers who are convicted of having consensual sex with a teen younger than 16 will no longer have their name added to Michigan’s sex registry, provided they weren’t more than four years older than their partner at the time of the offense.

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