|A Consenting Juveniles narrative is a first-hand account reporting the words of the research subject on his or her experience.|
He would pick flowers for me at the bus stop.
|Source:||The Accidental Sex Offender|
by Abigail Pesta, Marie Claire, July 28, 2011
Nikki Rodriguez high school sweetheart was arrested for having sex with her.
Frank was different
The sheriff said I had to give a statement
My relationship with my mom has never been the same.
Nikkis mother soon regretted what shed done. Shed only intended to frighten Frank about the potential consequences. But those consequences became immediately real. Frank was arrested and charged with sexual assault of a child. He pled guilty and was sentenced to 350 hours of community service, seven years of probation, and the rest of his life on the sex offender registry.
The day Nikki turned 17, the age of consent in Texas, she moved in with Frank. Two years later, they married. They have since had four daughters together, whom they are raising under the shadow of Franks crime.
Its been really hard on Frank.
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