Criminal Sexual Conduct - Criminal Law - Lecture Slides, Slides for Criminal Law. English and Foreign Languages University

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Description: It is the Lecture Slides of Criminal Law which includes Inchoate Crimes, Conspiracy and Solicitation, Finished Committing, Crime Intended, Dilemma Inchoate, Free Societies, Inchoate Offenses etc. Key important points are: Criminal Sexual Conduct, Crimes Against Persons, Personal Restraint, Bodily Injury, Voluntary and Knowing, Healthy and Desired, Vast Majority, Sexual Penetration, Force Requirement, Statutory Rape
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Chapter Ten
Crimes Against Persons:
Criminal Sexual Conduct, Bodily
Injury, and Personal Restraint
Chapter Ten Learning Objectives
Understand that crimes against persons boil
down to four types: taking a life; unwanted
sexual invasions, bodily injury; and personal
Understand that voluntary and knowing
consensual behavior between two adults is
legal, healthy and desired.
Understand that the vast majority of rape
victims are raped by men they know.
Learning Objectives (cont.)
Understand that during the 1970s and 1980s sexual
assault reform changed the fact of criminal sexual
assault law.
Understand that force beyond that required to
complete sexual penetration or contact is not always
required to satisfy the force requirement in rape.
Understand that rape is a general intent crime.
Understand that statutory rape is a strict liability
crime in most states.
Learning Objectives (cont.)
Understand that assault and battery are two
separate crimes.
Understand that domestic violence since the early
1970s has been transformed from a private concern
to a criminal justice problem.
Understand that stalking, although an ancient
practice, is a new crime.
Understand that kidnapping and false imprisonment
violate the right of locomotion.
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