(1) that individual is 17 several years of age or higher and: (i) commits an work of sexual conduct having a target that is under 13 years old; or (ii) commits an act of sexual conduct with a target that is at the very least 13 years old but under 17 years old plus the person makes use of force or risk of force to commit the work; or
(2) see your face is under 17 years old and: (i) commits a work of intimate conduct having a target that is under 9 years old; or (ii) commits a work of intimate conduct by having a target that is at the least 9 years but under 17 years old and also the person makes use of force or risk of force to commit the work.
(d) an individual commits aggravated criminal intimate abuse if that individual commits a work of intimate penetration or intimate conduct having a target who’s at minimum 13 years but under 17 years old as well as the individual has reached minimum five years more than the target.
( ag e) an individual commits aggravated criminal intimate abuse if that individual commits a work of intimate conduct with a target that is a severely or profoundly intellectually disabled person.
(f) an individual commits aggravated criminal intimate abuse if that runetki3 mobile person commits an act of intimate conduct having a target that is at the very least 13 years but under 18 years old therefore the individual is 17 many years of age or higher and holds a situation of trust, authority, or direction in terms of the target.
Sexual Relations Within Families, 720 ILCS 5/11-11
(a) A person commits sexual relations within families if they: (1) Commits an work of intimate penetration as defined in area 11-0.1 for this Code; and (2) The individual understands that she or he is pertaining to each other the following: (i) Brother or sis, either associated with entire bloodstream or the half bloodstream; or (ii) Father or mother, once the kid, irrespective of legitimacy and no matter whether the kid ended up being associated with the entire blood or half-blood or ended up being used, ended up being 18 years or higher whenever work ended up being committed; or (iii) Stepfather or stepmother, once the stepchild ended up being 18 years old or higher if the work had been committed; or (iv) Aunt or uncle, once the niece or nephew ended up being 18 years or higher once the work ended up being committed; or (v) Great-aunt or great-uncle, once the grand-niece or grand-nephew had been 18 years or higher once the work ended up being committed; or (vi) Grandparent or step-grandparent, if the grandchild or step-grandchild ended up being 18 years old or higher if the work ended up being committed.
Domestic Violence, 750 ILCS 60/103
“Domestic physical physical physical violence” means real punishment, harassment, intimidation of the reliant, disturbance with individual freedom or willful starvation but will not add reasonable way of a small kid by a moms and dad or person in loco parentis.
“Physical punishment” includes intimate punishment and means some of the following: (i) knowing or careless usage of real force, confinement or discipline; (ii) knowing, repeated and unnecessary rest deprivation; or (iii) once you understand or careless conduct which produces an instantaneous danger of real damage.
“Harassment” means once you understand conduct which will be not required to achieve a function this is certainly reasonable underneath the circumstances; would cause an acceptable individual emotional stress; and does cause emotional stress to your petitioner. The following types of conduct shall be presumed to cause emotional distress: (i) creating a disturbance at petitioner’s place of employment or school; (ii) repeatedly telephoning petitioner’s place of employment, home or residence; (iii) repeatedly following petitioner about in a public place or places; (iv) repeatedly keeping petitioner under surveillance by remaining present outside his or her home, school, place of employment, vehicle or other place occupied by petitioner or by peering in petitioner’s windows; (v) improperly concealing a minor child from petitioner, repeatedly threatening to improperly remove a minor child of petitioner’s from the jurisdiction or from the physical care of petitioner, repeatedly threatening to conceal a minor child from petitioner, or making a single such threat following an actual or attempted improper removal or concealment, unless respondent was fleeing an incident or pattern of domestic violence; or (vi) threatening physical force, confinement or restraint on one or more occasions unless the presumption is rebutted by a preponderance of the evidence.
“Intimidation of a dependent” means subjecting an individual who depends as a result of age, wellness or impairment to participation in or the witnessing of: physical force against another or real confinement or discipline of another which comprises real punishment as defined in this Act, whether or not the abused individual is a family group or home user.
“Interference with personal freedom” means committing or threatening real abuse, harassment, intimidation or willful deprivation to be able to compel another to take part in conduct from where they has the right to abstain or even try to avoid conduct for which he or she has the right to activate.
“Willful starvation” means willfully denying someone who as a result of age, wellness or impairment requires medicine, health care bills, shelter, available shelter or solutions, meals, therapeutic unit, or any other real help, and thus exposing that individual into the danger of real, psychological or emotional damage, except pertaining to health care bills or therapy as soon as the dependent individual has expressed an intent to forgo such health care or treatment. This paragraph doesn’t produce any brand new affirmative responsibility to provide help to dependent people.