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~ A 20 point multiple choice quiz with answer key is included with this product. Plus 37 flashcards for review and a 32 slide complete presentation of sex crimes. There are 69 slides in all.
~ There is also a FREE POSTER which can be used with this presentation located here: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Sex-Crimes-Law-POSTER-PRINTABLE-1886177 ~
We are used to thinking of murder as the ultimate crime. However, victims of sex crimes believe their lives are so ruined by these crimes that they think they are worse than murder. Some victims never improve despite years of intensive psychotherapy. Worldwide there are varying views on sex crimes. This presentation focuses primarily on a sex crime’s status in America. However, when a sex crime is notorious elsewhere, it will be mentioned.
In modern times there has been an expansion of sex crimes. These crimes occurred in earlier times but they were not the multi billion dollar industries that they are today. This is especially true of the crimes of Sexual Trafficking and Sexual Tourism.
Some sex crimes are also being struck down or reinvented. In 2003, sodomy became legal throughout the United States. Pimps are being replaced by the internet as prostitutes find their clients online. Sex Offender Registers online help potential victims protect themselves and their children from sexual predators. Yet the spread of child pornography has greatly increased with the advent of the online world too. Rape has taken on new wrinkles with college administrators trying to act in lieu of the police and county prosecutors in handling rape cases.
Topics covered include:
Sex Offender Search DOJ
(sample search with results shown)
Prostitution & Solicitation
Criminal transmission of HIV
Procuring, Pandering, Pimping
Child vs. Adult Pornography
Indecent Exposure (lewdness)
Polygamy & Bigamy
Sexting & Revenge Porn
Cases covered include:
U.S. v Morrison
Kansas v. Hendricks
Ashcroft v. Free Speech Coalition
Miller v. California
California v. Freeman
Lawrence v. Texas
Loving v. Virginia
The author is a retired lawyer, instructor and textbook writer.