unlawful sexual intercourse

See: sodomy
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Members of the Joint Anti Child Exploitation Team (Special Crimes Investigation Branch) arrested a 52 year old man in the northern suburbs for one counts of rape, one count of persistent sexual exploitation of a child, one count of unlawful sexual intercourse, two counts of indecent assault, one count of indecent behaviour, two counts of producing child exploitation material and two counts of possessing child exploitation material.
Wesley was charged with 12 counts of indecent assault of a girl under 14, six counts of indecent assault of a girl under 16 and three counts of unlawful sexual intercourse with a girl under 13.
He had admitted unlawful sexual intercourse and another serious sexual offence.
He pled not guilty to all charges but later struck a deal and pled guilty to the lesser charge of engaging in unlawful sexual intercourse.
Glitter, 71, was jailed for 16 years in February after a jury at Southwark Crown Court found him guilty of one count of attempted rape, one count of unlawful sexual intercourse with a girl under 13, and four counts of indecent assault.
Glitter was jailed for 16 years in February after a jury at Southwark Crown Court found him guilty of one count of attempted rape, one count of unlawful sexual intercourse with a girl under 13, and four counts of indecent assault.
In 1982, William John Blower, of Brynmawr Place, Maesteg, then 34, was jailed for eight months for having unlawful sexual intercourse with a girl under 16 and in 2012 he was put on a sex offenders' treatment programme after being convicted of possessing child pornography on his computer.
They include two charges of unlawful sexual intercourse, three of indecent assault and four of gross indecency on a child aged under 13 and 14.
A police spokesman said: "The summons relates to two counts of unlawful sexual intercourse with a girl under 13, three counts of indecent assault on a girl under 14 and four counts of gross indecency with a girl under 14.
Though Polanski pleaded not guilty, he later accepted a plea bargain, whose terms included dismissal of five of the initial charges in exchange for a guilty plea to the lesser charge of engaging in unlawful sexual intercourse.
Though "Carnage" is set in Brooklyn, it was shot in Paris as the French-Polish director is unable to travel freely around Europe because he is wanted in the United States following a conviction there for unlawful sexual intercourse with a 13-year-old girl in 1977.
He was indicted on six counts, but later pleaded guilty to one count of unlawful sexual intercourse.