Unlawful Mutilation Consequences

SEX CRIMES

VIOLENT CRIMES 

CRIMINAL ORGANIZATIONS/GANGS

DRUG CRIMES

What are Arizona sex crimes consequences for Unlawful Mutilation?

Unlawful mutilation with victim 15, 16, or 17 is described as; unlawful to:

  • Mutilate a female under 18
  • Knowingly transport a female under 18 to another jurisdiction for the purpose of mutilation
  • Recklessly transport a female under 18 to another jurisdiction where mutilation is likely to occur.

Mutilation/mutilate means the partial or total removal of the clitoris, prepuce, labia, labia minora, with or without the removal of the clitoris, the narrowing of the vaginal opening or any other harmful procedure to the genitalia, including pricking, piercing, incising, scraping, or cauterizing. There is a medically necessary defense for physicians. There is not a defense that the minor or parent of the minor consented to the mutilation.

Unlawful mutilation carries a mandatory prison term of 5.25 years to 28 years, dependent on priors. Probation is NOT eligible for this offense. Registration as a sex offender only occurs if there was a finding of sexual motivation.

Unlawful Mutilation victim under 15 is described as; unlawful to:

  1. Mutilate a female under 18
  2. Knowingly transport a female under 18 to another jurisdiction for the purpose of mutilation
  3. Recklessly transport a female under 18 to another jurisdiction where mutilation is likely to occur. Mutilation/mutilate means the partial or total removal of clitoris, prepuce, labia, labia minora, with or without the removal of the clitoris, the narrowing of the vaginal opening or any other harmful procedure to the genitalia, including pricking, piercing, incising, scraping, or cauterizing. There is a medically necessary defense for the physicians. There is not a defense that the minor or the parent of the minor consented to the mutilation.

Unlawful mutilation carries a mandatory prison term of 10 years to 24 years. Probation is NOT eligible with this offense. Registration as a sex offender only occurs if there was a finding of sexual motivation.

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