Providing that, in a prosecution for a specified sexual offense, evidence that the defendant committed specified sexually assaultive behavior may be admissible for specified reasons; requiring that the State file a motion of intent to introduce specified evidence at least 90 days before trial; authorizing the court to admit evidence of sexually assaultive behavior if the court finds that the evidence is being offered to prove lack of consent or rebut a specified allegation that a minor victim fabricated the sexual offense; etc.
Bill File Type: Regular
Effective Date(s): October 1, 2016
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