Sexual assault

The offence of ‘sexual assault’ makes it a crime for the attacker to do any of the following without the victim’s consent and any reasonable belief that they consented: sexually penetrate the vagina, anus or mouth; sexually touch the victim; engage in any other form of sexual activity which results in physical contact with the victim, directly, through clothing, with a part of the body or an object; ejaculate semen onto the victim or urinate or emit saliva onto the victim sexually

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