Question: What is the age gap law in Arizona?

The definition of “Age of Consent” in Arizona is when a person may legally consent to engage in sexual activity with another person. Arizona Criminal Code states that once a person becomes 18 years of age they are capable to give consent for sexual activity with another person.

Romeo and Juliet Law Exemption in Arizona Arizona has what is called a “Romeo and Juliet law,” or close-in-age exemption, that is designed to protect underage couples from prosecution if they: Engage in consensual sex. Are at least 15 years old. Are less than two years apart in age.

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