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For example, California, Maryland, Missouri, Nevada, and New York reserve their harshest statutory rape penalty for offenders who are age 21 or older.(1) If the minor is under age 15, five years in prison; (2) if the offender is at least age 18 or is tried as an adult and the minor was age 12 or younger, life in prison and the offender is ineligible for release until serving 35 years; (3) if the offender is at least 18 or tried as an adult and the victim is age 12, 13, or 14, the presumptive sentence is 20 years; or (4) if the minor is at least age 15, it is punishable by one year in prison Sexual assault to knowingly inflicts sexual intrusion or sexual penetration on a victim (1) under age 15 if the actor is at least four years older or (2) at least 15 years old but less than 17 years old and the actor is at least 10 years older.
23 (f) To designate an attorney-in-fact, a parent or guardian shall execute a power 24 of attorney that is in substantially the following form: 25 STATUTORY FORM FOR POWER OF ATTORNEY 26 TO DELEGATE THE POWERS OF A PARENT OR GUARDIAN 27 Section 1.
Most states do not refer specifically to statutory rape; instead they use designations such as sexual assault and sexual abuse to identify prohibited activity.
Regardless of the designation, these crimes are based on the premise that until a person reaches a certain age, he is legally incapable of consenting to sexual intercourse.
I certify that I am the parent or guardian of: 28 ______________________________ ___________________________ 29 (Full name of minor child) (Date of birth) 30 ______________________________ ___________________________ 31 (Full name of minor child) (Date of birth) 01 ______________________________ ___________________________ 02 (Full name of minor child) (Date of birth) 03 who is/are minor children. I designate _________________________ (Full name of attorney- 05 in-fact), ________________________________________________________ 06 (Street address, city, state and zip code of attorney-in-fact) 07 ______________________________ ___________________________ 08 (Home telephone of attorney-in-fact) (Work telephone of attorney-in- 09 fact) 10 as the attorney-in-fact of each minor child named above. I delegate to the attorney-in-fact all of my power and authority 12 regarding the care, custody, and property of each minor child named above, 13 including the right to enroll the child in school, the right to inspect and obtain 14 copies of education records and other records concerning the child, the right to 15 attend school activities and other functions concerning the child, and the right 16 to give or withhold any consent or waiver with respect to school activities, 17 medical treatment, dental treatment, and other activity, function, or treatment 18 that may concern the minor child.
This delegation does not include the power 19 or authority to consent to the marriage or adoption of the minor child, the 20 performance or inducement of an abortion on or for the minor child, or the 21 termination of parental rights to the minor child. I delegate to my attorney-in-fact the following specific powers and 24 responsibilities (write in): 25 _______________________________________________________________ 26 _______________________________________________________________ 27 Delegation under this section does not include the power or authority to 28 consent to the marriage or adoption of the minor child, the performance or 29 inducement of an abortion on or for the minor child, or the termination of 30 parental rights to the minor child.
27 _________________________________ 28 (Signature of notary public) 29 (Seal, if any) 30 _________________________________ 31 (Title and rank) 01 My commission expires: _____________ 02 (g) A power of attorney does not change parental rights, legal rights, 03 obligations, or other authority established by an existing court order, and does not 04 deprive the parent or guardian of rights, obligations, or other authority relating to the 05 custody, visitation, or support of the minor child.
06 (h) Except as otherwise determined under another statute, the execution of a 07 power of attorney by a parent or guardian does not constitute abandonment, neglect, or 08 abuse of the minor child or ward under AS - , unless the parent or 09 guardian fails, after the power of attorney terminates, to retake custody of the child 10 and does not execute a new power of attorney.However, after a power of 14 attorney expires under this subsection, a parent or guardian may enter into a new 15 power of attorney.16 (d) A power of attorney made by a military parent may be effective for a 17 period that exceeds one year if the military parent is on active duty, but the power of 18 attorney is not effective for a period that exceeds the length of the active duty plus 30 19 days. 201 01 "An Act relating to the temporary delegation by a parent or guardian of powers related 02 to a child; relating to adoption; and relating to the distribution to a parent or guardian 03 in a child protection situation of information on family support services." 04 BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF ALASKA: 05 * Section 1. 12 (c) Except as provided in (d) of this section, a power of attorney under this 13 section is not effective for a period that exceeds one year. Delegation of powers [A MINOR OR] incapacitated 08 person, by a properly executed power of attorney, may delegate to another person, for 09 a period not exceeding one year, any powers regarding care, custody, or property of 10 the [MINOR CHILD OR WARD, EXCEPT THE 11 POWER TO CONSENT TO MARRIAGE OR ADOPTION OF A MINOR WARD]. If a parent or guardian revokes a power of 10 attorney, the attorney-in-fact shall return the minor child to the custody of the parent 11 or the guardian as soon as reasonably possible after the revocation.11 (i) Under a power of attorney, a minor child is not considered to be in foster 12 care, and the attorney-in-fact is not considered to be providing foster care for which a 13 license is required under AS 47.32.