767.001 (1r) “Legal custody” has the meaning given in s.767.001 (2).
Valid only for necessaries; necessaries contracts not valid if no implied or express provision for payment exists; contract made by infant may be ratified by acts or words after reaching age of majority (common law) Age limits for voting, marrying, consuming alcohol, and other activities can vary from state-to-state and within the same state. Prosecution is not based upon the medium of reproduction. In this section, “reasonably should know" is less than actual knowledge but still requires more than the standard used in civil negligence actions, which is constitutionally sufficient. 942.09, along with legislative history indicating that the purpose of this section is to prohibit sex offenders from photographing, filming, or videotaping minors without parental consent, leads to the conclusion that “stores in any medium data that represents a visual image" as used in the definition of “captures a representation" in s. For purposes of multiplicity analysis, each image possessed can be prosecuted separately. Criminal responsibility may not be imposed without some element of scienter, the degree of knowledge that makes a person legally responsible for the consequences of his or her act or omission. The written consent required under this paragraph shall state that the person seeking the consent is required to register as a sex offender with the department of corrections. 942.09, with its separate subdivisions for capturing and possessing a representation, and the legislature's decision to import the definition of “captures a representation" from s. Act 57 and all Supreme Court and Controlled Substances Board Orders effective on or before August 11, 2017. Documents include Lincoln's draft of the Emancipation Proclamation, correspondence from well-known political leaders & reformers, and a memorandum expressing his expectation of being defeated for re-election. Congressional Documents & Debates, 1774-1873 Collection of digitized, full-text United States congressional documents dating from the Continental Congress to the 42nd Congress.Documents from 1865- include letters of condolence to Mary Todd Lincoln. Documents include the Journals of the Continental Congress, journals & debates of Congress, the United States Statutes at Large, and Congressional Serial Set.