Category: Child Abuse and Endangerment

Is It Illegal to Date a Minor?

Rabin Nabizadeh
May 15, 2023

Dating is a normal part of growing up. Some people even decide to get married. At the same time, some laws need to be followed, and some might wonder, is it illegal to date a minor? In the United States, a minor is someone who is under the age of 18. While the age of […]

Can an 18-Year-Old Date a 16-Year-Old?

Rabin Nabizadeh
April 11, 2023

Some adolescents and teens tend to start dating when they are in middle school and high school. Therefore, having a girlfriend or boyfriend is not unusual for a 16-year-old. However, what happens if that girlfriend or boyfriend is over 18? If you get charged with a sex crime involving a minor, you must understand that […]

How To Get a Child Endangerment Charge Dropped?

Rabin Nabizadeh
January 27, 2023

Children are among the most vulnerable members of the population, and they deserve to be protected. That is why child endangerment laws are in place. They have been put in place to protect children, and a charge of child endangerment can be severe. If you or a loved one get charged with child endangerment, it […]

Mother Arrested in Rohnert Park for Child Endangerment by Leaving Children in Car (CA Penal Code 273(a))

Rabin Nabizadeh
July 1, 2014

Is child endangerment a misdemeanor or felony charge in California?

Appeals Court Draws Line Between Spanking and Child Abuse (CA Penal Code 273)

Rabin Nabizadeh
October 8, 2013

What are the penalties for child abuse in California?

Woman Charged with Felony Child Endangerment in San Mateo (CA Penal Code §273(a))

Rabin Nabizadeh
July 26, 2013

Under California law, child endangerment is considered a felony (CA Penal Code §273(a)) when the child in question has merely been placed in a dangerous situation – not only when the child has been actually harmed.  Many people every year are falsely accused of child endangerment or are harshly prosecuted beyond the bounds of reason. […]