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Legal Information: Arizona
Updated: October 27, 2020
§ 25-416. Sexual assault conviction; effect on rights
If a person has been convicted of sexual assault under § 13-1406 and the sexual assault led to the birth of a child, the convicted person has none of the rights prescribed in this chapter related to legal decision-making or parenting time in regard to the child.
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