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Anwar was subsequently arrested and convicted on sodomy and corruption charges widely seen as politically motivated.
After three days in detention, Hamidi confessed to sodomy, allegedly under torture.
As a result, they had argued, trying him for sodomy would be tantamount to abusing the justice system.
The first chapter sets the ground by dealing with the contextual dynamics of male-on-male sodomy and the economics of penetration, as determined by age and the dialectics of dominance.
Moreover, the model British-era sodomy law made no distinction between consensual and non-consensual sex, or between sex between adults and sex with minors.
The second development began in 2004 when Congress ordered a study into reforming military sexual assault crimes including sodomy.
But see McClelland, 2006 WL 228927, at *3 (finding that sodomy "served as part of the factual predicate for [a] conviction for fraternization with a married enlisted person").
Following these precedents, lower courts and human rights tribunals have repeatedly censured Christians for publicly affirming the sinfulness of sodomy on the ground that the equality rights for homosexuals in section 15 trump the rights of all Canadians to freedom of conscience, religion, opinion, expression and association in section 2.
6) This Comment explores this uncertainty and its ramifications through chronicling and analyzing the evolution of the legal debate over the meaning of America's sodomy laws over the last seventeen years from Bowers v.
Rev Mullen, also rector of St Michael's Cornhill and St Sepulchre without Newgate in the City, said sex education films at schools should highlight sodomy as a "filthy practice".
In this monograph, Cristian Berco explores prosecutions for sodomy conducted by the Spanish Inquisition in the Crown of Aragon, in the hopes of illuminating connections between sexual behavior and social and ethnic relations in early modern Spain.