The following information was pulled directly from the Arizona legislation website at http://www.azleg.state.az.us/ArizonaRevisedStatutes.asp?Title=13

13-1401. Definitions

In this chapter, unless the context otherwise requires:

1. “Oral sexual contact” means oral contact with the penis, vulva or anus.

2. “Sexual contact” means any direct or indirect touching, fondling or manipulating of any part of the genitals, anus or female breast by any part of the body or by any object or causing a person to engage in such contact.

3. “Sexual intercourse” means penetration into the penis, vulva or anus by any part of the body or by any object or masturbatory contact with the penis or vulva.

4. “Spouse” means a person who is legally married and cohabiting.

5. “Without consent” includes any of the following:

(a) The victim is coerced by the immediate use or threatened use of force against a person or property.

(b) The victim is incapable of consent by reason of mental disorder, mental defect, drugs, alcohol, sleep or any other similar impairment of cognition and such condition is known or should have reasonably been known to the defendant. For purposes of this subdivision, “mental defect” means the victim is unable to comprehend the distinctively sexual nature of the conduct or is incapable of understanding or exercising the right to refuse to engage in the conduct with another.

(c) The victim is intentionally deceived as to the nature of the act.

(d) The victim is intentionally deceived to erroneously believe that the person is the victim’s spouse.

13-1402. Indecent exposure;
classifications


A. A person commits indecent exposure if he or she exposes his or her genitals or
anus or she exposes the areola or nipple of her breast or breasts and another person is
present, and the defendant is reckless about whether such other person, as a reasonable
person, would be offended or alarmed by the act.


B. Indecent exposure is a class 1 misdemeanor. Indecent exposure to a person under
the age of fifteen years is a class 6 felony.

13-1403. Public sexual indecency; public
sexual indecency to a minor; classifications


A. A person commits public sexual indecency by intentionally or knowingly engaging
in any of the following acts, if another person is present, and the defendant is reckless
about whether such other person, as a reasonable person, would be offended or alarmed by
the act:


1. An act of sexual contact.


2. An act of oral sexual contact.


3. An act of sexual intercourse.


4. An act involving contact between the person’s mouth, vulva or genitals and the
anus or genitals of an animal.


B. A person commits public sexual indecency to a minor if he intentionally or
knowingly engages in any of the acts listed in subsection A and such person is reckless
whether a minor under the age of fifteen years is present.


C. Public sexual indecency is a class 1 misdemeanor. Public sexual indecency to a
minor is a class 5 felony.




13-1404. Sexual abuse; classifications


A. A person commits sexual abuse by intentionally or knowingly engaging in sexual
contact with any person fifteen or more years of age without consent of that person or
with any person who is under fifteen years of age if the sexual contact involves only the
female breast.


B. Sexual abuse is a class 5 felony unless the victim is under fifteen years of age
in which case sexual abuse is a class 3 felony punishable pursuant to section 13-604.01.

13-1405. Sexual conduct with a minor;
classifications


A. A person commits sexual conduct with a minor by intentionally or knowingly
engaging in sexual intercourse or oral sexual contact with any person who is under
eighteen years of age.


B. Sexual conduct with a minor who is under fifteen years of age is a class 2
felony and is punishable pursuant to section 13-604.01. Sexual conduct with a minor who
is at least fifteen years of age is a class 6 felony. Sexual conduct with a minor who is
at least fifteen years of age is a class 2 felony if the person is the minor’s parent,
stepparent, adoptive parent, legal guardian or foster parent and the convicted person is
not eligible for suspension of sentence, probation, pardon or release from confinement on
any basis except as specifically authorized by section 31-233, subsection A or B until
the sentence imposed has been served or commuted.


 

13-1407. Defenses

A. It is a defense to a prosecution pursuant to sections 13-1404 and 13-1405
involving a minor if the act was done in furtherance of lawful medical practice.

B. It is a defense to a prosecution pursuant to sections 13-1404 and 13-1405
in which the victim’s lack of consent is based on incapacity to consent because
the victim was fifteen, sixteen or seventeen years of age if at the time the
defendant engaged in the conduct constituting the offense the defendant did not
know and could not reasonably have known the age of the victim.

C. It is a defense to a prosecution pursuant to section 13-1402, 13-1404,
13-1405 or 13-1406 if the act was done by a duly licensed physician or
registered nurse or a person acting under the physician’s or nurse’s direction,
or any other person who renders emergency care at the scene of an emergency
occurrence, the act consisted of administering a recognized and lawful form of
treatment that was reasonably adapted to promoting the physical or mental health
of the patient and the treatment was administered in an emergency when the duly
licensed physician or registered nurse or a person acting under the physician’s
or nurse’s direction, or any other person rendering emergency care at the scene
of an emergency occurrence, reasonably believed that no one competent to consent
could be consulted and that a reasonable person, wishing to safeguard the
welfare of the patient, would consent.

D. It is a defense to a prosecution pursuant to section 13-1404 or 13-1405
that the person was the spouse of the other person at the time of commission of
the act. It is not a defense to a prosecution pursuant to section 13-1406 that
the defendant was the spouse of the victim at the time of commission of the act.

E. It is a defense to a prosecution pursuant to section 13-1404 or 13-1410
that the defendant was not motivated by a sexual interest. It is a defense to a
prosecution pursuant to section 13-1404 involving a victim under fifteen years
of age that the defendant was not motivated by a sexual interest.

F. It is a defense to a prosecution pursuant to section 13-1405 if the victim
is fifteen, sixteen or seventeen years of age, the defendant is under nineteen
years of age or attending high school and is no more than twenty-four months
older than the victim and the conduct is consensual.

13-1410. Molestation of child;
classification


A. A person commits molestation of a child by intentionally or knowingly engaging
in or causing a person to engage in sexual contact, except sexual contact with the female
breast, with a child under fifteen years of age.


B. Molestation of a child is a class 2 felony that is punishable pursuant to
section 13-604.01.

13-1417. Continuous sexual abuse of a child;
classification


A. A person who over a period of three months or more in duration engages in three
or more acts in violation of section 13-1405, 13-1406 or 13-1410 with a child under
fourteen years of age is guilty of continuous sexual abuse of a child.


B. Continuous sexual abuse of a child is a class 2 felony and is punishable
pursuant to section 13-604.01.


C. To convict a person of continuous sexual abuse of a child, the trier of fact
shall unanimously agree that the requisite number of acts occurred. The trier of fact
does not need to agree on which acts constitute the requisite number.


D. Any other felony sexual offense involving the victim shall not be charged in the
same proceeding with a charge under this section unless the other charged felony sexual
offense occurred outside the time period charged under this section or the other felony
sexual offense is charged in the alternative. A defendant may be charged with only one
count under this section unless more than one victim is involved. If more than one
victim is involved, a separate count may be charged for each victim.