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Oregon Definitions on Rape/ SA Crimes

Disclaimer: If you need legal counsel or advice, please seek out a lawyer or an individual with legal expertise immediately.


Rape in the first degree:

  • Force or coercion is used

  • Victim is under age 12

  • Victim is under age 16 and is related to the offender as half-sibling, child, step-child

  • The victim is unable to consent (mentally incapacitated due to drugs, narcotics, etc)

  • Class A Felony (minimum of 300 months and maximum 20 years imprisonment, maximum 375k fine)

Rape in the second degree

  • Sexual intercourse with individual under age 14

  • The victim is unable to consent (mentally incapacitated due to drugs, narcotics, young age, etc)

  • Class B Felony (minimum of 75 months, maximum of 10 years imprisonment, maximum 250k fine, etc)

Rape in the third degree:

  • Sexual intercourse with individual under age 16

  • The victim is unable to consent (mentally incapacitated due to drugs, narcotics, etc)

  • Class C Felony (maximum of 5 years imprisonment, maximum 125k fine, etc)


https://www.rainn.org/laws-your-state-oregon



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