Minors are legally incapable of giving consent to having sex; so for example, if Jen, a 15 year old willingly has sex with Tony, her 23 year old boyfriend, Tony can be charged with rape, since Jen is not legally capable of giving consent in the first place.
But if Jen and Tony are married and living in Connecticut, Tony need not fear criminal charges for having consensual sex with Jen.
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Share on Facebook In Connecticut, it is illegal for an adult someone 18 or older to have sex with a minor someone 16 or younger , even if the sex is consensual.
Those who break the law have committed statutory rape.
First degree sexual assault includes sexual intercourse penetration, however slight with a body part or object between a minor who is 12 or younger and a defendant who is more than two years older than the victim.
Second degree sexual assault includes sexual intercourse between a minor who is 14 or 15 and a defendant who is more than two years older than the victim.