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§ 762. Provisions generally applicable to sexual offenses.

(a) Mistake as to age. — Whenever in the
definition of a sexual offense, the criminality of conduct depends on whether
the person has reached his or her sixteenth birthday, it is no defense that the
actor did not know the person’s age, or that the actor reasonably believed that
the person had reached his or her sixteenth birthday.

(b) Gender. — Unless a contrary meaning is
clearly required, the male pronoun shall be deemed to refer to both male and
female.

(c) Separate acts of sexual contact, penetration
and sexual intercourse.

separate offenses when multiple acts of sexual contact, penetration or
intercourse are committed against the same victim.

(d) Teenage defendant. — As to sexual offenses in
which the victim’s age is an element of the offense because the victim has not
yet reached his or her sixteenth birthday, where the person committing the
sexual act is no more than 4 years older than the victim, it is an affirmative
defense that the victim consented to the act "knowingly" as defined
in § 231 of this title. Sexual conduct pursuant to this section will not be a
crime. This affirmative defense will not apply if the victim had not yet
reached his or her twelfth birthday at the time of the act. (11 Del. C. 1953, §
772; 58 Del. Laws, c. 497, § 1; 59 Del. Laws, c. 547, § 3; 61 Del. Laws, c. 56,
§ 3; 65 Del. Laws, c. 494, § 1; 66 Del. Laws, c. 269, §§ 33, 34; 71 Del. Laws,
c. 285, §§ 8, 9.)

§ 765. Indecent exposure in the first degree; class A
misdemeanor.

(a) A male is guilty of indecent exposure in the
first degree if he exposes his genitals or buttocks to a person who is less
than 16 years of age under circumstances in which he knows his conduct is
likely to cause affront or alarm.

(b) A female is guilty of indecent exposure in
the first degree if she exposes her genitals, breast or buttocks to a person
who is less than 16 years of age under circumstances in which she knows her
conduct is likely to cause affront or alarm.

Indecent exposure in the first degree is a class
A misdemeanor. (11 Del. C. 1953, § 768; 58 Del. Laws, c. 497, § 1; 65 Del.
Laws, c. 494, § 1; 66 Del. Laws, c. 269, § 18; 67 Del. Laws, c. 130, § 8.)

§ 768. Unlawful sexual contact in the second degree; class G
felony.

A person is guilty of unlawful sexual contact in
the second degree when the person intentionally has sexual contact with another
person who is less than 16 years of age or causes the victim to have sexual
contact with the person or a third person.

Unlawful sexual contact in the second degree is a
class G felony. (11 Del. C. 1953, §§ 761, 762; 58 Del. Laws, c. 497, § 1; 65
Del. Laws, c. 494, § 1; 66 Del. Laws, c. 269, § 20; 67 Del. Laws, c. 130, § 8;
70 Del. Laws, c. 186, § 1.)

§ 771. Rape in the third degree; class B felony.

(a) A person is guilty of rape in the third
degree when the person:

(1) Intentionally engages in sexual intercourse
with another person, and the victim has not reached his or her sixteenth birthday
and the person is at least 10 years older than the victim, or the victim has
not yet reached his or her fourteenth birthday and the person has reached his
or her nineteenth birthday and is not otherwise subject to prosecution pursuant
to § 772 or § 773 of this title; or

(2) Intentionally engages in sexual penetration
with another person under any of the following circumstances:

a. The sexual penetration occurs without the
victim’s consent and during the commission of the crime, or during the immediate
flight from the crime, or during an attempt to prevent the reporting of the
crime, the person causes physical injury or serious mental or emotional injury
to the victim; or

b. The victim has not reached his or her sixteenth
birthday and during the commission of the crime, or during the immediate flight
from the crime, or during an attempt to prevent the reporting of the crime, the
person causes physical injury or serious mental or emotional injury to the
victim.

(b) Subsection (a)(2) of this section does not
apply to a licensed medical doctor or nurse who places 1 or more fingers or an
object inside a vagina or anus for the purpose of diagnosis or treatment, or to
a law enforcement officer who is engaged in the lawful performance of his or
her duties.

(c) Notwithstanding any law to the contrary, in
any case in which a violation of subsection (a) of this section has resulted in
the birth of a child who is in the custody and care of the victim or the
victim’s legal guardian(s), the court shall order that the defendant, as a
condition of any probation imposed pursuant to a conviction under this section,
timely pay any child support ordered by the Family Court for such child.

(d) Nothing in this section shall preclude a
separate charge, conviction and sentence for any other crime set forth in this
title, or in the Delaware Code.

Rape in the third degree is a class B felony. (71
Del. Laws, c. 285, § 11.)

770. Rape in the fourth degree; class C felony.

(a) A person is guilty of rape in the fourth degree when the person:

(1) Intentionally engages in sexual intercourse with another person, and the victim has not yet reached that victim’s sixteenth birthday; or

(2) Intentionally engages in sexual intercourse with another person, and the victim has not yet reached that victim’s eighteenth birthday, and the person is 30 years of age or older, except that such intercourse shall not be unlawful if the victim and person are married at the time of such intercourse; or

(3) Intentionally engages in sexual penetration with another person under any of the following circumstances:

a. The sexual penetration occurs without the victim’s consent; or

b. The victim has not reached that victim’s sixteenth birthday; or

(4) Intentionally engages in sexual intercourse or sexual penetration with another person, and the victim has reached that victim’s sixteenth birthday but has not yet reached that victim’s eighteenth birthday and the defendant stands in a position of trust, authority or supervision over the child, or is an invitee or designee of a person who stands in a position of trust, authority or supervision over the child.

(b) Paragraphs (a)(3) and (a)(4) of this section do not apply to a licensed medical doctor or nurse who places 1 or more fingers or an object inside a vagina or anus for the purpose of diagnosis or treatment or to a law-enforcement officer who is engaged in the lawful performance of his or her duties.

Rape in the fourth degree is a class C felony. (71 Del. Laws, c. 285, § 10; 70 Del. Laws, c. 186, § 1.)

§ 779. Dangerous crime against a child, definitions,
sentences.

(a) A "dangerous crime against a child"
is defined as any criminal sexual conduct against a minor under the age of 14
years as defined in §§ 770-773 or §§ 1108-1112A of this title. For purposes of
this section only, and § 762(a) of this title to the contrary notwithstanding,
the defendant may use as an affirmative defense that the defendant believed
that the victim of the crime was over the age of 16 years of age.

(b) Except as otherwise provided in this title, a
person who is at least 18 years of age, or who has been tried as an adult and
who is convicted of a dangerous crime against a child as defined in subsection
(a) of this section, shall be guilty of a class B felony. For a second offense
under this section, the Court shall impose a mandatory sentence of life
imprisonment.

(c) A person sentence pursuant to this section
shall not be eligible for suspension of sentence, probation, pardon or release
from confinement on any basis until the sentence imposed by the Court has been
served. (70 Del. Laws, c. 124, § 1; 71 Del. Laws, c. 467, § 7.)