Yes you can get in trouble for it! You are a minor.
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Yes to both. Seems you have asked this question before. The answer is the same. You are a minor.
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You asked this question earlier. The answer is still the same. It will not change because you reqorded it. No, you cannot move out until you are 18, and yes, your dad can send the police after you. In fact, the police can arrest your boyfriend or anyone else who harbors a minor.Ask a similar question