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Criminal Practice – Second-Degree Rape & Sexual Offense – ‘Physically Helpless’ Victim – Insufficient Showing (access required)

State v. Huss The state’s evidence – that defendant was a skilled fighter twice the victim’s size who restrained the victim – did not show that the victim was “physically helpless” within the meaning of G.S. §§ 14-27.3(a) and 14-27.5(a).

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