Sexual Battery Virginia Laws 18.2-67.4 Arlington

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Sexual Battery Virginia Laws 18.2-67.4 Arlington
Sexual Battery Virginia Laws 18.2-67.4 Arlington

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18.2-67.4

18.2-67.4. Sexual battery.

A. An accused is guilty of sexual battery if he sexually abuses, as defined in 18.2-67.10, (i) the complaining witness against the will of the complaining witness, by force, threat, intimidation, or ruse, (ii) an inmate who has been committed to jail or convicted and sentenced to confinement in a state or local correctional facility or regional jail, and the accused is an employee or contractual employee of, or a volunteer with, the state or local correctional facility or regional jail; is in a position of authority over the inmate; and knows that the inmate is under the jurisdiction of the state or local correctional facility or regional jail, or (iii) a probationer, parolee, or a pretrial defendant or posttrial offender under the jurisdiction of the Department of Corrections, a local community-based probation services agency, a pretrial services agency, a local or regional jail for the purposes of imprisonment, a work program or any other parole/probationary or pretrial services or agency and the accused is an employee or contractual employee of, or a volunteer with, the Department of Corrections, a local community-based probation services agency, a pretrial services agency or a local or regional jail; is in a position of authority over an offender; and knows that the offender is under the jurisdiction of the Department of Corrections, a local community-based probation services agency, a pretrial services agency or a local or regional jail.

B. Sexual battery is a Class 1 misdemeanor.

Virginia

Condition

Penalties

Va. Code  18.2-67.4

Sexual battery

Any person who sexually abuses as defined in  18.2-67.10,

  • The complaining witness against their will by force, threat, intimidation, or ruse,
  • An inmate who has been committed to jail or convicted and sentenced to confinement and the accused is an employee or contractual employee of, or a volunteer in jail and is in a position of authority over the inmate; and knows that the inmate is under the jurisdiction of the state or local correctional facility or regional jail, or
  • A probationer, parolee, or a pretrial defendant or posttrial offender under the jurisdiction of the Department of Corrections, a local community-based probation services agency, a pretrial services agency, a local or regional jail for the purposes of imprisonment, a work program or any other parole/probationary or pretrial services or agency and the accused is an employee or contractual employee of, or a volunteer with, the Department of Corrections, a local community-based probation services agency, a pretrial services agency or a local or regional jail; in a position of authority over an offender; and knows that the offender is under the jurisdiction of the Department of Corrections, a local community-based probation services agency, a pretrial services agency or a local or regional jail
Shall be guilty of a Class 1 misdemeanor

Sexual Battery Defense In Arlington, Virginia

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Arlington, VA 22216

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