The following information was pulled directly from the Connect State legislation site at
http://www.cga.ct.gov/2005/pub/Title53a.htm

Sec. 53a-65. Definitions.
As used in this part, except section 53a-70b, the
following terms have the following meanings:

(1) "Actor" means a person
accused of sexual assault.

(2) "Sexual intercourse" means
vaginal intercourse, anal intercourse, fellatio or cunnilingus between persons
regardless of sex. Its meaning is limited to persons not married to each other.
Penetration, however slight, is sufficient to complete vaginal intercourse,
anal intercourse or fellatio and does not require emission of semen.
Penetration may be committed by an object manipulated by the actor into the
genital or anal opening of the victim’s body.

(3) "Sexual contact" means any
contact with the intimate parts of a person not married to the actor for the
purpose of sexual gratification of the actor or for the purpose of degrading or
humiliating such person or any contact of the intimate parts of the actor with
a person not married to the actor for the purpose of sexual gratification of
the actor or for the purpose of degrading or humiliating such person.

(4) "Mentally defective" means
that a person suffers from a mental disease or defect which renders such person
incapable of appraising the nature of such person’s conduct.

(5) "Mentally incapacitated"
means that a person is rendered temporarily incapable of appraising or
controlling such person’s conduct owing to the influence of a drug or
intoxicating substance administered to such person without such person’s
consent, or owing to any other act committed upon such person without such
person’s consent.

(6) "Physically helpless" means
that a person is unconscious or for any other reason is physically unable to
communicate unwillingness to an act.

(7) "Use of force" means: (A) Use
of a dangerous instrument; or (B) use of actual physical force or violence or
superior physical strength against the victim.

(8) "Intimate parts" means the
genital area, groin, anus, inner thighs, buttocks or breasts.

(9) "Psychotherapist" means a
physician, psychologist, nurse, substance abuse counselor, social worker,
clergyman, marital and family therapist, mental health service provider or
other person, whether or not licensed or certified by the state, who performs
or purports to perform psychotherapy.

(10) "Psychotherapy" means the
professional treatment, assessment or counseling of a mental or emotional
illness, symptom or condition.

(11) "Emotionally dependent"
means that the nature of the patient’s or former patient’s emotional condition
and the nature of the treatment provided by the psychotherapist are such that
the psychotherapist knows or has reason to know that the patient or former
patient is unable to withhold consent to sexual contact by or sexual
intercourse with the psychotherapist.

(12) "Therapeutic deception"
means a representation by a psychotherapist that sexual contact by or sexual
intercourse with the psychotherapist is consistent with or part of the
patient’s treatment.

(13) "School employee" means a
teacher, substitute teacher, school administrator, school superintendent,
guidance counselor, psychologist, social worker, nurse, physician, school
paraprofessional or coach employed by a local or regional board of education or
a private elementary or secondary school or working in a public or private
elementary or secondary school.

  
Sec. 53a-67. Affirmative defenses.

(a) In any prosecution for an offense under this part
based on the victim’s being mentally defective, mentally incapacitated or
physically helpless, it shall be an affirmative defense that the actor, at the
time such actor engaged in the conduct constituting the offense, did not know
of such condition of the victim.

(b) In any prosecution for an offense under
this part, except an offense under section 53a-70, 53a-70a, 53a-70b, 53a-71,
53a-72a or 53a-72b, it shall be an affirmative defense that the defendant and
the alleged victim were, at the time of the alleged offense, living together by
mutual consent in a relationship of cohabitation, regardless of the legal
status of their relationship.


Sec. 53a-70. Sexual assault in the first degree: Class B
or A felony.
(a) A person is guilty of
sexual assault in the first degree when such person (1) compels another person
to engage in sexual intercourse by the use of force against such other person
or a third person, or by the threat of use of force against such other person
or against a third person which reasonably causes such person to fear physical
injury to such person or a third person, or (2) engages in sexual intercourse
with another person and such other person is under thirteen years of age and
the actor is more than two years older than such person, or (3) commits sexual
assault in the second degree as provided in section 53a-71 and in the
commission of such offense is aided by two or more other persons actually
present, or (4) engages in sexual intercourse with another person and such
other person is mentally incapacitated to the extent that such other person is
unable to consent to such sexual intercourse.

(b) (1) Except as provided in subdivision
(2) of this subsection, sexual assault in the first degree is a class B felony
for which two years of the sentence imposed may not be suspended or reduced by
the court or, if the victim of the offense is under ten years of age, for which
ten years of the sentence imposed may not be suspended or reduced by the court.

(2) Sexual assault in the first degree is a
class A felony if the offense is a violation of subdivision (1) of subsection
(a) of this section and the victim of the offense is under sixteen years of age
or the offense is a violation of subdivision (2) of subsection (a) of this
section. Any person found guilty under said subdivision (1) or (2) shall be
sentenced to a term of imprisonment of which ten years of the sentence imposed
may not be suspended or reduced by the court if the victim is under ten years
of age or of which five years of the sentence imposed may not be suspended or
reduced by the court if the victim is under sixteen years of age.

(3) Any person found guilty under this
section shall be sentenced to a term of imprisonment and a period of special
parole pursuant to subsection (b) of section 53a-28 which together constitute a
sentence of at least ten years.

 
Sec. 53a-71. Sexual assault in the second degree: Class C
or B felony.
(a) A person is guilty of
sexual assault in the second degree when such person engages in sexual
intercourse with another person and: (1) Such other person is thirteen years of
age or older but under sixteen years of age and the actor is more than two
years older than such person; or (2) such other person is mentally defective to
the extent that such other person is unable to consent to such sexual
intercourse; or (3) such other person is physically helpless; or (4) such other
person is less than eighteen years old and the actor is such person’s guardian
or otherwise responsible for the general supervision of such person’s welfare;
or (5) such other person is in custody of law or detained in a hospital or
other institution and the actor has supervisory or disciplinary authority over
such other person; or (6) the actor is a psychotherapist and such other person
is (A) a patient of the actor and the sexual intercourse occurs during the psychotherapy
session, (B) a patient or former patient of the actor and such patient or
former patient is emotionally dependent upon the actor, or (C) a patient or
former patient of the actor and the sexual intercourse occurs by means of
therapeutic deception; or (7) the actor accomplishes the sexual intercourse by
means of false representation that the sexual intercourse is for a bona fide
medical purpose by a health care professional; or (8) the actor is a school
employee and such other person is a student enrolled in a school in which the
actor works or a school under the jurisdiction of the local or regional board
of education which employs the actor; or (9) the actor is a coach in an
athletic activity or a person who provides intensive, ongoing instruction and
such other person is a recipient of coaching or instruction from the actor and
(A) is a secondary school student and receives such coaching or instruction in
a secondary school setting, or (B) is under eighteen years of age; or (10) the
actor is twenty years of age or older and stands in a position of power,
authority or supervision over such other person by virtue of the actor’s
professional, legal, occupational or volunteer status and such other person’s
participation in a program or activity, and such other person is under eighteen
years of age.

(b) Sexual assault in the second degree is
a class C felony or, if the victim of the offense is under sixteen years of
age, a class B felony, and any person found guilty under this section shall be sentenced
to a term of imprisonment of which nine months of the sentence imposed may not
be suspended or reduced by the court.


Sec. 53a-73a. Sexual assault in the fourth degree: Class
A misdemeanor or class D felony.
(a) A
person is guilty of sexual assault in the fourth degree when: (1) Such person
intentionally subjects another person to sexual contact who is (A) under
fifteen years of age, or (B) mentally defective or mentally incapacitated to
the extent that such other person is unable to consent to such sexual contact,
or (C) physically helpless, or (D) less than eighteen years old and the actor
is such other person’s guardian or otherwise responsible for the general
supervision of such other person’s welfare, or (E) in custody of law or detained
in a hospital or other institution and the actor has supervisory or
disciplinary authority over such other person; or (2) such person subjects
another person to sexual contact without such other person’s consent; or (3)
such person engages in sexual contact with an animal or dead body; or (4) such
person is a psychotherapist and subjects another person to sexual contact who
is (A) a patient of the actor and the sexual contact occurs during the
psychotherapy session, or (B) a patient or former patient of the actor and such
patient or former patient is emotionally dependent upon the actor, or (C) a
patient or former patient of the actor and the sexual contact occurs by means
of therapeutic deception; or (5) such person subjects another person to sexual
contact and accomplishes the sexual contact by means of false representation
that the sexual contact is for a bona fide medical purpose by a health care
professional; or (6) such person is a school employee and subjects another
person to sexual contact who is a student enrolled in a school in which the
actor works or a school under the jurisdiction of the local or regional board
of education which employs the actor; or (7) such person is a coach in an
athletic activity or a person who provides intensive, ongoing instruction and
subjects another person to sexual contact who is a recipient of coaching or
instruction from the actor and (A) is a secondary school student and receives
such coaching or instruction in a secondary school setting, or (B) is under
eighteen years of age; or (8) such person subjects another person to sexual
contact and (A) the actor is twenty years of age or older and stands in a
position of power, authority or supervision over such other person by virtue of
the actor’s professional, legal, occupational or volunteer status and such
other person’s participation in a program or activity, and (B) such other
person is under eighteen years of age.

(b) Sexual assault in the fourth degree is
a class A misdemeanor or, if the victim of the offense is under sixteen years
of age, a class D felony.

Sec. 53a-90a. Enticing a
minor. Penalties.
(a) A person is guilty
of enticing a minor when such person uses an interactive computer service to
knowingly persuade, induce, entice or coerce any person under sixteen years of
age to engage in prostitution or sexual activity for which the actor may be
charged with a criminal offense. For purposes of this section,
"interactive computer service" means any information service, system
or access software provider that provides or enables computer access by multiple
users to a computer server, including specifically a service or system that
provides access to the Internet and such systems operated or services offered
by libraries or educational institutions.

(b) Enticing a minor is a class D felony
for a first offense, a class C felony for a second offense and a class B felony
for any subsequent offense.