Kansas: Editorial -- 'Consensual' claim against legislative intent

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    Editorial: 'Consensual' claim against legislative intent

    Sexual violence of any kind is a grievous crime, particularly when committed by someone placed in a position of trust. The Kansas statute making unlawful sexual relations a felony is designed to hold such offenders accountable. The statute applies to police officers, teachers, corrections officers and others in positions of authority over others. If someone in such a position engages in “consensual sexual intercourse, lewd fondling or touching, or sodomy” with someone they have authority over, the perpetrator can be charged with unlawful sexual relations. However, the word “consensual” has been construed by one attorney to mean the statute does ...


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