MA Sexually Dangerous Persons

Massachusetts Sexually Dangerous Persons and Civil Commitment

 

One of the collateral consequences of being convicted of a sex crime is that you may be classified as a sexually dangerous person.  If you are classified as a sexually dangerous person, you may be civilly committed against your will.

Massachusetts allows the state to try to classify you as sexually dangerous person if you committed one of the following offenses:

  1. Indecent assault and battery on child under 14
  2. Indecent assault and battery on mentally retarded person
  3. Indecent assault and battery on person who has attained the age of 14
  4. Rape
  5. Rape of a child under 16 with force
  6. Rape and abuse of a child under 16
  7. Assault with intent to commit rape
  8. Assault on child with intent to commit rape
  9. Drugging persons for sexual intercourse
  10. Unnatural and lascivious acts with a child under the age of 16
  11. Any attempt to commit any of the above listed crimes

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Boston MA 01235


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