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Criminal Sexual Conduct - Criminal Law - Lecture Slides

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Post: February 7th, 2013
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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
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 Docsity.com Chapter Ten Learning Objectives • Understand that crimes against persons boil down to four types: taking a life; unwanted sexual invasions, bodily injury; and personal restraint. • 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. Docsity.com 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. Docsity.com Learning Objectives (cont.) • Understand that as..

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