If you have a female partner and you have sex without their consent, you may be charged with statutory rape.
But how does that work in the real world?
NBC’s Marley Nelson investigates.
The new law is the result of a new law that went into effect on Oct. 1.
It’s called the Female Pregnancy and Sexual Assault Notification Act.
It requires women to report sexual assault to police within 24 hours, as well as the person who violated them.
This means you’ll need to report to the police any time you have sexual contact with a woman who’s under 18.
The law requires that you report the sexual assault within 30 days.
But, according to experts, the law doesn’t work in practice.
The law doesn�t prevent sex crimes, says Nancy Haggerty, a professor of criminology at Rutgers University.
The problem is that it doesn�s really vague.
It�s very broad.
It�s like the law says that you can�t report a car accident, but that�s not a crime in New Jersey.
It says that when you report a rape, you can report the rape in the same way you report any other crime. But that�ll be interpreted differently in different jurisdictions, depending on the law.
Haggerty says that even though it�s a vague law, it still creates problems for victims.
She said that the law can lead to people saying, �Well, I�ve done everything right, I was in the right place at the right time.� The law is not an easy law to enforce, and victims have to be able to prove that they were raped by their partner.
“If you report that you had sex with someone, you have to prove to the law that it was consensual,” Haggert said.
It may be that it�ll take some time to get the law passed.
There have been calls for the legislation to be amended, to make it more flexible, and to change the law so that it’s not as vague.
In New Jersey, if a woman reports sexual assault, the perpetrator�s trial would likely be held in a New Jersey court, so it may take time to pass the bill.
However, Haggery says that there are plenty of examples of people who have been charged under the law for sex with minors.
They could be charged under other rape statutes, including indecent exposure.
Haggerts husband, who�s currently in prison for sexually abusing children, was arrested in 2011 under the same law.