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Compelled sexual manipulation

It is an offence for a person to compel another person to engage, or continue to engage, in:

  • an act of sexual manipulation of the offender; or
  • an act of sexual manipulation of a person other than the offender; or
  • an act of sexual self-manipulation

    where the person who is compelled does not consent to the act and the offender knows, or is recklessly indifferent to the fact that the person does not consent or has withdran consent.

Maximum penalty

For a basic offence: 10 years imprisonment

For an aggravated offence: 15 years imprisonment

[Criminal Law Consolidation Act 1935 (SA) s 48A]

Compelled sexual manipulation  :  Last Revised: Fri Aug 29th 2014
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