Anderson’s original sentence was thrown out last month because of his age, and he was resentenced Monday under a Michigan law that provides leniency for first-time offenders between the ages of 17 and 20.
Judge Angela Pasula was “very professional and very kind,” Zach’s father Les Anderson said Monday.
Zach Anderson, 19, met a girl on the Internet and had sex with her.
The girl told Zach she was 17, but she was really just 14.
It's illegal to rape or have oral, anal, or vaginal sex or penetrate the genitals or anus of another with an object by force, threat of force, or while the person was incapacitated due to mental disability or unconsciousness.
Rape is a Level 3 felony, unless aggravating factors are present, namely the use of deadly force or weapon, causing serious bodily injury, or using date rape drugs. Also, sexual battery or touching another person to sexually arouse yourself or the victim by force, threat of force, or when the person is mentally disabled so consent for the touching can't be given.
Hookup app Earlier this year, Anderson said he went to an online dating site called Hot or Not and met a girl who said she was 17 and lived in a town about 20 miles away across the state line in southern Michigan from his home in Elkhart, Indiana.
The girl admitted she was only 14 after the fact — but by law, he had committed a sex crime. Relationship stigma associated with being a sexually inexperienced adult. Mating markets and bargaining hands: Mate preferences for attractiveness and resources in two national U. The judge said Anderson could spend time alone with his younger brother who is 15.The family wasn’t immediately sure if Anderson could move back home where his brother lives, something prohibited under the original sentence.Sexual battery is a level 6 felony or a Level 4 felony if aggravated.