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Does contributing to the delinquency (CDM) of a minor laws vary from state to state?

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Answered by Kelly Jones
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Difference in contributing to delinquency of a minor laws in various state

Few laws express that only guardians, parents, and other people who have care of custody of a
child might be accused of CDM. These jurisdictions also prosecutes others, such colleagues or
outsiders, for adding to the misconduct of a minor. Also, the expression contributing is extensively
characterized by most statutes, leaving it open to interpretation by a jury or judge. Jurisdictions differ
about whether the conduct should really prompt a act of wrongdoing and whether mens rea is required
for a blameworthy decision. A few states just require the aim to intent to commit the act, paying little
heed to whether the litigant knew the minor's real age. Be that as it may, others permit an agreed barrier
in view of absence of mens rea, for example, being ignorant of the minor's age and in this way not
aiming to carry out the wrongdoing. 
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