Posted: February 18th, 2021
17-year-old boy shouldnt be charged with second-degree rape because the act committed was consensual, and no threats were involved before the act was committed. For rape to be considered second degree, it either has to be by forcible compulsion, where the victim is mentally incapacitated, has supervisory authority, a health provider or was providing transportation to the victim when the act occurred. This may be regarded as a just sanction because no factor that holds this to be a second-degree rape stands.
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