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Legal Information: South Carolina

Statutes: South Carolina

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Updated: 
December 8, 2020

16-3-656. Criminal sexual conduct; assaults with intent to commit.

Assault with intent to commit criminal sexual conduct described in the above sections shall be punishable as if the criminal sexual conduct was committed.