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South Carolina Laws on Rape

Criminal sexual conduct in the first degree is defined as sexual penetration with an individual with:

  • Force or coercion

  • Threat

  • Blackmail

  • Kidnapping

  • Trafficking

  • Robbery

  • Extortion

  • Maximum 30 years imprisonment

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