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Sexual Assault may be defined as two persons engaged in the act of sexual intercourse; however, the act of intercourse was against the goodwill of the alleged victim; the two persons were not married to each other at the time of the act of sexual intercourse; and the act was accomplished by means of force, violence, duress, menace, or fear of immediate and unlawful injury to the alleged victim or another person.
Rape is considered a sex crime. Other types of sex crimes include: Child Abuse, Child Enticement, Child Procurement, Child Exploitation, Date Rape, Failure to Register - Sex Offender Registration, Indecent Exposure, Internet Porn, Lewd and Lascivious Acts, Lewd Conduct, Molestation, Obscene Acts, Pandering, Pedophilia, Pimping, Child Pornography, Prostitution, Rape, Sexual Abuse, Sexual Assault, Sexual Harassment, Sodomy, Statutory Rape, Violation of Sex Offender Registration.
Consequences for the conviction of rape may include:
Likelihood of any of the above consequences depends upon the following factors:
Defenses of rape may potentially include:
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If you are charged with a sexual crime in the federal, state, juvenile or military court jurisdiction, please contact the criminal defense attorneys at Jacoby & Meyers for a free consultation. We have offices nationwide.
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