Teens indeed have trouble seeing around corners as to how adults apply the law.
In one case, in Minnesota, a fourteen year old had texted indecent pictures of himself to a 13-year old girl. He was charged with producing and distributing child pornography -- of himself. His entire family lost Internet access, and his probationary therapy required passing inadmissible lie detector tests.
In Milwaukee, a 17 year old senior and athlete was prosecuted for "consensual" sex with a seductive 14 year old girl. The parents called police. He wound up with two years probation and ten years sex offender registration, and having to report himself a felon for ten years. There was a similar case in Michigan where the defendant said the girl had lied about her age.