Difference between revisions of "Molestation and other sex crimes against children"

From Criminal Defense Wiki
Jump to: navigation, search
(Background)
Line 2: Line 2:
  
 
Molestation is the persecution or harassment of someone, usually performed for a sexual gratification.<ref>Black's Law Dictionary, 9th Edition (2009)</ref> Closely related is the crime of pedophilia, which is a disorder consisting of a sexual desire for sexual gratification by molesting children.<ref>Black's Law Dictionary, 9th Edition (2009)</ref>
 
Molestation is the persecution or harassment of someone, usually performed for a sexual gratification.<ref>Black's Law Dictionary, 9th Edition (2009)</ref> Closely related is the crime of pedophilia, which is a disorder consisting of a sexual desire for sexual gratification by molesting children.<ref>Black's Law Dictionary, 9th Edition (2009)</ref>
 +
----
 +
See [[Crimes]]
  
<references>
+
==Notes==
 +
 
 +
<references/>

Revision as of 14:21, 21 February 2011

Background

Molestation is the persecution or harassment of someone, usually performed for a sexual gratification.[1] Closely related is the crime of pedophilia, which is a disorder consisting of a sexual desire for sexual gratification by molesting children.[2]


See Crimes

Notes

  1. Black's Law Dictionary, 9th Edition (2009)
  2. Black's Law Dictionary, 9th Edition (2009)