I. Things to Remember from Sexual Offenses Chapter
A. Look at the chart in text, and note which offenses apply to which ages.
OBJECTIVE #1 -
Identify the specific ages and the term "forcible compulsion" that determines what specific sexual offense has been committed. MCCH - Ch. 6.11 Reference Chart and “forcible compulsion" MCCH - Ch. 6.2 Definitions
B. Definitions, page 87-88.
1. Sexual intercourse - Any penetration however slight of female sex organ by male sex organ.
2. Deviate sexual intercourse - Any sexual act involving genitals of one and mouth, tongue, hand or anus of another person.
3. Forcible compulsion - Physical force that overcomes reasonable resistance or a threat that places one in fear of death, serious injury or kidnapping.
Go over and identify the elements of:
a. Rape and Sodomy - MCCH Ch. 6.2
b. Statutory rape - both degrees - MCCH - Ch. 6.2.2 and 6.2.4
c. Statutory sodomy - both degrees - MCCH Ch.6.2.6 and 6.2.8
d. Sexual Assault - MCCH Ch. 6.3
e. Deviate Sexual Assault - MCCH Ch. 6.4
f. Sexual Abuse - MCCH Ch. 6.5
g. Sexual Misconduct - MCCH 6.8, 6.9, 6.10
Define the term "sexual contact" and “sexual conduct"
NOTE: The POST objectives and source document do not appear to have been updated since the change in the law. They do not correspond with the new book either.