AN ACT CONCERNING THE SEXUAL ASSAULT OF A PERSON WHOSE ABILITY TO CONSENT IS SUBSTANTIALLY IMPAIRED DUE TO MENTAL DISABILITY.
To provide that sexual intercourse or sexual contact with a person whose ability to communicate lack of consent to such sexual activity is substantially impaired because of a mental or physical condition constitutes the crime of sexual assault.
Introduced by:Judiciary Committee
|New today||2-4 days old||5 days & older|
|4/24/2012||Referred by Senate to Committee on Appropriations|
|4/18/2012||(LCO)||File Number 521|
|4/18/2012||Senate Calendar Number 351|
|4/18/2012||Favorable Report, Tabled for the Calendar, Senate|
|4/18/2012||(LCO)||Reported Out of Legislative Commissioners' Office|
|4/12/2012||(LCO)||Referred to Office of Legislative Research and Office of Fiscal Analysis 04/17/12 5:00 PM|
|4/2/2012||(LCO)||Filed with Legislative Commissioners' Office|
|4/2/2012||(JUD)||Joint Favorable Substitute|
|3/8/2012||Public Hearing 03/12|
|2/23/2012||Referred to Joint Committee on Judiciary|