A form of statutory rape because the under the law you are too young to give consent.Ask a similar question
He can get up to 15 years for each occurrence. Here is the applicable jury instruction:
11.10 LEWD, LASCIVIOUS, INDECENT ASSAULT OR ACT UPON OR IN THE PRESENCE OF CHILD; SEXUAL BATTERY § 800.04, Fla. Stat.
The entire jury instruction can be found here: http://www.floridasupremecourt.org/jury_instructions/instructions.shtml#.
Here is a hotline for the Victim Advocates in Florida. Please call them:
Victim Services 24-Hour Hotline - (800) 569-7273
24-Hour Rape Crisis Line - 1-866-828-7273 (RAPE)
James Regan, LL.M, Esq.
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He is looking at being labeled a sex offender for the rest of his life. Since you consented, he is "only" looking at 15 years for each offense. While you were too young to give legal consent, your parents should be made aware of the consequences of both you and him. However, if they have already contacted the police it may be too late. It may be helpful to talk to a legal counselor as well as a therapist.Ask a similar question