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|243.4(A)||Sexual Battery With Restraint|
|243.4(A)(1)||Sexual Battery: Touch Inmate While Unlawfully Restrained.|
|243.4(B)||Sexual Battery On Institutionalized Victim|
|243.4(D)(1)||Sexual Battery Of Arousal|
|243.4(E)||Touching Intimate Part of Another Person Against Victim's Will.|
|243.4(E)(1)||Sexual Battery on Spouse / Cohabitant / Former Spouse|
|243.4E1||Sexual Battery On Spouse, Cohabitant, Or Former Spouse|