Can my parents call the police?
Your parents can definitely call the police. But… the police, after investigating, may not have any possible charges against you. People can call the police whenever they are genuinely concerned that someone may be a danger to themselves or…
What is a curfew for 17 year olds in Michigan?
No minor under seventeen (17) years of age shall loiter, iddle, congregate, cross or remain in or upon any public street, highway, alley or park between the hours of 12:00 midnight and 6.00, except where the minor is accompanied by a parent or guardian or an adult over the age of twenty-one (21) …
How many hours can a 17 year old work in the summer in Michigan?
For minors aged 16 and 17: 10 hours of work per day, 48 per week, up to 6 days per week are allowed when school is not in session. During the school week, you can work up to 24 hours.
Can a 17-year-old move out without parental permission?
There is a lot of false or misleading information on the web that leads young people to believe that they can legally move out at 17 without a parent's permission. In general, a young person must be 18 to legally move out without parental permission.
How old do you have to be to leave home without permission in Michigan?
While the age of majority in most states when you can leave home without permission is 18; We often hear that in Michigan they consider young adults at age 17, which means your parents may not be able to do a race report or get you to return home if you leave after that age.
How old do you have to be to move away from home?
We have explained some common situations below. If you are under 18 and want to move away from home, it will generally depend on your personal circumstances. It is not illegal to move away from home before you are 18, but as your parents have a responsibility to look after you, they can make you come home.
This means that if you have your parents' permission and a safe place to go, you can leave home.
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