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First degree sexual abuse includes sexual contact sexual touching, other than penetration, meant to arouse or gratify sexual desire between a minor younger than 14 and a defendant who is at least three years older. In Oregon, there is a Romeo and Juliet exemption that protects from prosecution consensual sex between two minors who are younger than 18 and fewer than three years apart in age.

They may argue that the victim herself represented that she was older than she was, and that a reasonable person would have believed her. Mistake of Age Defendants accused of statutory rape often claim that they had no reason to know that their partner was underage.

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The law is complex and changes regularly. This offense is a Class A felony.

Rape in the third degree includes consensual sex between a minor who is 14 or 15, and a defendant who is at least three years older than the victim. However, sexual contact with under the age of 12 is always a serious crime, no matter the age of the defendant. A conviction for engaging in sexual activity with someone younger than 12 years old can result in up to 20 years in prison.

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This offense is a class A misdemeanor. Statutory rape laws are premised on the assumption that minors are incapable of giving informed consent to sexual activities. By Monica SteinerContributing Author. Oregon's laws against sodomy oral and anal sex are organized similarly to its laws against rape.

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Get Professional Help. In some states, the information on this website may be considered a lawyer referral service. How it Works Briefly tell us about your case Provide your contact information Choose attorneys to contact you.

Oregon's statutory rape laws and potential penalties

If you are facing a statutory rape charge, consider consulting with an experienced criminal defense attorney who regularly practices in your area. Those who break the law have committed statutory rape.

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Assaults of a sexual nature may also be charged under the state's assault and battery laws. Practice Area Please select Zip Code.

See a Lawyer If you are facing a statutory rape charge, consider consulting with an experienced criminal defense attorney who regularly practices in your area. Oregon's Sodomy Laws Oregon's laws against sodomy oral and anal sex are organized similarly to its laws against rape. Updated August 9, Talk to a Lawyer Need a lawyer? The information provided on this site is not legal advice, does not constitute a lawyer referral service, and no attorney-client or confidential relationship is or will be formed by use of the site.

Statutes governing oregon's age of consent, associated criminal charges, available defenses, and penalties for conviction.

First degree unlawful sexual penetration includes sexual penetration with a body part or object other than the penis or mouth that occurs between a minor younger than 12 and a defendant of any age. Please reference the Terms of Use and the Supplemental Terms for specific information related to your state.

In Oregon, it is illegal for an adult someone 18 or older to have sex with a minor someone younger than 18even if the sex is consensual.

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For information about rape between spouses, see Marital Rape Laws. Second degree unlawful sexual penetration includes sexual penetration between a minor who is 12 or 13, and a defendant who is at least three years older than the victim. Though statutory rape does not require that the prosecutor prove an assault, it is still rape.

Oregon's Statutory Rape Laws and Potential Penalties In Oregon, statutory rape includes sex or other sexual behaviors between an adult and someone younger than Getting Legal Guidance The information in this article provides an overview of the law relating to statutory rape. Lawyer Directory. Start here. Rape in the second degree includes consensual sex between a minor who is 12 or 13, and a defendant who is at least three years older than the victim.

For example, a man who has sexual intercourse with a boy could be convicted of sodomy. In Oregon, statutory rape includes sex or other sexual behaviors between an adult and someone younger than The crime is broken into severalexplained below.

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The age of consent can vary among states, and some states differentiate between consensual sex between minors who are close in age for example, two teenagers of the same ageas opposed to sex between a minor and a much older adult. Statutes governing Oregon's age of consent, associated criminal charges, available defenses, and penalties for conviction. Laws can change at any time, and a lawyer can evaluate the strength of the prosecution's case against you and help develop any defenses that might apply to your case.

Call us at 1 Issue: search. Of course, rape that does involve force or an assault is illegal in Oregon and prosecuted as forcible rape.

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Third degree sexual abuse includes sexual contact between a minor who is 14, 15, 16, or 17, and a defendant who is at least three years older. Named after Shakespeare's young lovers, "Romeo and Juliet" exceptions are intended to prevent serious criminal charges against teenagers who engage in consensual sex with others close to their own age. Punishments can include imprisonment and post-prison supervision, depending on such factors as the defendant's criminal history.

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Defendants charged with statutory rape have the usual defenses available to all criminal defendants, such as "Someone else committed this crime," or "The alleged conduct did not occur. Defendants accused of statutory rape often claim that they had no reason to know that their partner was underage.

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Defenses to a Statutory Rape Charge Defendants charged with statutory rape have the usual defenses available to all criminal defendants, such as "Someone else committed this crime," or "The alleged conduct did not occur. But even if this is true, a defendant cannot rely on a mistake of age —even a reasonable one—to avoid conviction in Oregon. Their incapacity is written into the statute—hence the term, "statutory" rape. How It Works Briefly tell us about your case Provide your contact information Choose attorneys to contact you.

Second degree sexual abuse includes sexual penetration, oral sex, or anal sex between a minor who is 14, 15, 16, or 17 and a defendant over the age of 21 who is or was the victim's coach. Generally, the younger the victim and the older the defendant, the more severely the crime can be punished.

This offense is a Class B felony. Oregon Statutory Rape Laws. A lawyer can often negotiate with the prosecutor for a lesser charge or a reduction in penalties such as, for example, probation instead of prison time and will know how prosecutors and judges typically handle cases like yours.

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The attorney listings on this site are paid attorney advertising. Rape in the first degree includes consensual sex between a minor who is younger than 12 and a defendant of any age.

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Market Your Law Firm. If you are trying to determine the legality of any kind of conduct, make sure to consult an experienced criminal defense attorney. When Both Parties Are Minors: The "Romeo and Juliet" Exception Named after Shakespeare's young lovers, "Romeo and Juliet" exceptions are intended to prevent serious criminal charges against teenagers who engage in consensual sex with others close to their own age. This offense is a Class C felony.

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