unlawful carnal knowledge

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He subsequently admitted a charge of having unlawful carnal knowledge with the teenager and the rape charge was dropped.
With the law relating to unlawful carnal knowledge struck out, the Dublin man, in his 20s, was instead charged with sexual assault.
The Rape Crisis boss said unlawful carnal knowledge cases had halved since the Supreme Court case in 2006.
Paul Collins, 52, of Mourne Road, Drimnagh, Dublin, will be sentenced later for unlawful carnal knowledge and possession of sexually explicit images which she sent to him.
Collins pleaded guilty to unlawful carnal knowledge of a female under 17 at Upper Cross Hotel, Rathmines, on August 27, 2005, and possession of child porn between April and December 2005.
The court heard Cooke, with addresses at Heatherview Avenue, Tallaght, and Wheatfields Court, Clondalkin, had been convicted after a trial in 2003 and sentenced to 10 years for attempted rape, attempted unlawful carnal knowledge and indecent assault of four girls, including the two complainants in this case.
The "A" case centred around the release and return to custody of a man convicted of unlawful carnal knowledge.
THE state yesterday told a court it wanted to drop charges against "Mr C" and five other men accused of unlawful carnal knowledge of minors.
Redpath was jailed for three years in March for indecent assault and unlawful carnal knowledge of a 14-year-old girl.
Redpath did admit to indecent assault and unlawful carnal knowledge and was jailed for a total of three years.