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Sex Crimes in South Korea

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Sex Crimes in South Korea
GAC014 AE3 SME25440 Yea-won Kim
Legal studies:
1. Actual condition in Korea
Significantly increased
Sexual crime statistic
Kang, Ho-Soon
Psychopath
Rapist
Serial murderer: more than 7 times (06~09)
at least 8 people
Identity released
Death penalty
Kim, Gil-Tae
Rapist & Murderer (10)
Middle schoolgirl
Identity released
Electronic tagging
Death penalty -> Life imprisonment
Hope (2013)
Cho, Doo-Soon
Child sexual assault
Brutality
Death penalty -> 12yrs imprisonment
Light penalty
Silenced (2006)
Silenced (2012)
3. Sexual crime
Sentencing Guideline
4. Other penalties related to sex crimes
Prolonged period of attaching electric tagging (2010).
5. Conclusion
Sexual Crime =
Psychological
crime
Reference
Q&A
Thank you.
Chemical Castration (2012).
- Pedophiles against aged under 15

- First Chemical Castration: Jan. 2013

Family/Friends can sue offenders on behalf of the victim (2013).
Sexual Offender Alarm (2010).
2. Korean Sexual Criminals
Contents
1.
Actual Condition
in Korea
2.
3
Sexual Offenders and events
3. Current
Sentencing
Guidelines
4. Other
Penalties
on Sexual Crime
5.
Conclusion
Every
25
minutes,
12,234
victims in 2013.
35%,
20 - 30
,
and then
16 - 20
.
94
% is
women
.
May. 2013
Over 13: Increased overall 3 yrs. (Max. 16yrs)
Under 13 & disabled:
Increased overall 1.5 yrs.
No sexual decision
Bodily injured or resulting in death:
over 13 yrs, or life imprisonment
Aggravated when accused under the influence of alcohol or drug.


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