Statutory rape

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Statutory rape is a Class 2 Felony, defined as having sexual relations with a minor who is below the age of consent.

State by State

Different states have different laws concerning scenarios where two minors are present.

State by state laws[1]
Alabama
  • First Degree Rape: Offenders over 16 engaging in intercourse with persons under 12.
  • Second Degree Rape: Offenders under 16 engaging in intercourse with persons more than 2 years younger and between 12 and 16.
Alaska
  • First Degree Sexual Abuse of a Minor: Offenders 16 or older engaging in intercourse with persons under 13.
  • Second Degree Sexual Abuse of a Minor: Offenders 16 or older engaging in intercourse with persons at least 3 years younger between 13-15.
  • Fourth Degree Sexual Abuse of a Minor: Offenders under 16 engaging in intercourse with persons under 13 and at least 3 years younger.
Arizona
  • Sexual Conduct with a Minor: Offenders enganging in intercourse with a minor (varying sentences depending on age).
Arkansas
  • Rape: Offenders engaging in intercourse with persons under age 14 and at least 3 years younger.
  • Fourth Degree Sexual Assault: Offenders over age 20 engaging in intercourse with persons under age 16.
California
  • Misdemeanor: Offenders having intercourse with persons under 18 and no more than 3 years younger.
  • Felony: Offenders engaging in intercourse with persons under 18 and more than 3 years younger.
Colorado
  • Sexual Assault: Offenders having intercourse with persons under age 15 and at least 4 years younger; or, offenders having intercourse with person 15-17 and at least 10 years younger.
Connecticut
  • First Degree Sexual Assault: Offenders having intercourse with persons under age 13 and at least 2 years younger.
  • Second Degree Sexual Assault: Offenders having intercourse with person age 13-16 and at least 2 years younger.
Delaware
  • First Degree Rape: Offenders 18 and over engaging in intercourse with persons under age 12.
  • Third Degree Rape: Offenders having intercourse with persons under age 16 and at least 10 years younger or offenders having intercourse with person under age 14 and at least 19 years younger.
  • Fourth Degree Rape: Offenders having intercourse with persons under 16 or offenders having intercourse with persons under 18 and at least 30 years younger.
Florida
  • Unlawful Sexual Activity with a Minor: Offenders at least 24 engaging in intercourse with persons 16 or 17.
Georgia
  • Statutory Rape: Offenders engaging in intercourse with persons under age 16 (various sentences depending on ages).
Hawaii
  • First Degree Sexual Assault: Offenders engaging in sexual intercourse with persons under age 14 or offenders engaging in sexual intercourse with persons age 14-16 and at least 5 years younger.
Idaho
  • Rape: Offenders engaging in sexual intercourse with females under age 18.
Illinois
  • Aggravated Sexual Assault: Offenders under age 17 engaging in intercourse with persons under age 9.
  • Predatory Sexual Assault: Offenders 17 and older engaging in intercourse with persons under age 13.
  • Criminal Sexual Abuse: Offenders under 17 engaging in intercourse with persons 9-17 or offenders engaging in intercourse with persons no more than 5 years younger between 13-17.
  • Aggravated Criminal Assault: Offenders engaging in intercourse with persons at least 5 years younger between 13-17.
Indiana
  • Child Molestation: Sexual intercourse with a child under age 14.
  • Sexual Misconduct with a Minor: Offenders at least 18 engaging in intercourse with persons 14-16.
Iowa
  • Third Degree Sexual Abuse: Offenders engaging in sexual intercourse with a non-spouse age 12-13 or age 14-15 and at least 5 years younger.


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