In basic terms, Romeo and Juliet laws are statutes that provide some protection from the harsh consequences associated with a sex-crime conviction for a consensual relationship when the individuals involved are minors and close in age.And, while Virginia does not have any clear-cut Romeo and Juliet laws, there are certain statutory provisions that indicate some close-in-age protections do exist in certain circumstances.However, if the accused individual is also a minor (under the age of 18), but at the same time at least three years older than the alleged victim, the offense is reduce to a Class 6 felony.
Interestingly, there is an additional exception referenced in this statute for married couples.
In fact, individuals typically cannot be convicted for violating this particular statute if they are married, even if one of the spouses is over the age of 18.
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Physical abuse includes such things as hitting, slapping, punching, shoving, kicking, biting, and hair-pulling.
It also includes the use of a weapon, such as a club, knife, or gun, against a partner.
It is important to mention, however, that there is another Virginia law that also deals with consensual sexual relationships involving minors - specifically, minors who are at least 13-year-old but under the age of 15.
This provision states that it is a Class 4 felony for an adult to have consensual sexual intercourse with someone between the ages of 13 and 15.
In Virginia, the bright-line age of consent for sexual relationships is 18-years-old.