Because of the vast amount of discrepancies that circulate between the United State's Consent Laws, inconsistent, biased and discriminatory rulings are often the byproduct expelled from courts. Currently, statutory rape cases verdicts usually derive from prosecutorial judgment that decide by circumstance. Take the case of Mr. Pineda and Isabella Gomez, where a 12 year old girl had a relationship with an 19 year old adult male. The case was handled with sharp discretion from the law enforcement in the area, sympathizing with the young couple's situation. Isabella resided in Orange County, a place that breeds prevalent gang activity. New members are commonly initiated at a young age, putting Isabella at high risk to spending her life running with a gang. Mr. Pineda, says he looked after her and cared for her and even though he had an illegal sexual relationship with Isabella, the law enforcement catered to his situation, providing resources with DSS instead of prosecuting him. Prosecutorial judgment is often associated with cases of statutory rape, and in the life of Mr. Pineda, cultural bias played to his favor. In a number of instances however, discretion can lead to unfair court ruling.