Texas state law on dating minor
(a) A minor commits an offense if, with specific intent to commit an offense under Section 106.02 of this code, the minor does an act amounting to more than mere preparation that tends but fails to effect the commission of the offense intended.
(c) An offense under this section is punishable as provided by Section 106.071.
(d) A minor who commits an offense under this section and who has been previously convicted twice or more of offenses under this section is not eligible for deferred disposition.
For the purposes of this subsection: (1) an adjudication under Title 3, Family Code, that the minor engaged in conduct described by this section is considered a conviction of an offense under this section; and (2) an order of deferred disposition for an offense alleged under this section is considered a conviction of an offense under this section.
In this code, "minor" means a person under 21 years of age.
(a) A minor commits an offense if the minor purchases an alcoholic beverage.
A minor does not commit an offense if the minor purchases an alcoholic beverage under the immediate supervision of a commissioned peace officer engaged in enforcing the provisions of this code.(b) An offense under this section is punishable as provided by Section 106.071.(c) An offense under this section is a Class A misdemeanor.(d) Subsection (b) does not apply to a person who accesses electronically readable information under Section 109.61 that identifies a driver's license or identification certificate as invalid.(a) A minor commits an offense if he consumes an alcoholic beverage.(b) It is an affirmative defense to prosecution under this section that the alcoholic beverage was consumed in the visible presence of the minor's adult parent, guardian, or spouse.