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California law defines each crime according to a specific code section. The Penal Code defines the vast majority of the crimes. But the Vehicle Code addresses certain crimes involving cars, motor vehicles and driving. The Health & Safety Code addresses most crimes involving marijuana or narcotics. You can find more information about California Criminal Codes on our FAQ page.

What does California Criminal Code 289(A) Mean?

289(A) Rape By Foreign Object
289(A)(1) Sexual Penetration By A Foreign Object w/Force And Violence
289(A)(1)(A) Sexual Penetration: Force/Etc
289(A)(1)(A)(B) Penetrations of Genital or Anal Openings by Foreign Objects.
289(A)(1)(B) Sexual Penetration on a Person Under 14 Using Violence/Duress
289(A)(1)(C) Punishment in prison for 6 / 8 / 10 yrs. for sexual penetration on victim 14 years or older against victim's will.
289(A)(1)(C) Sexual Penetration of Minor by Force or Violence
289(A)(1)(D)(2) Any person who commits an act of sexual penetration when the act is accomplished against the victim’s will by threatening to retaliate in the future against the victim or any other person.
289(A)(2) Sexual Penetration Against Victim's Will By Threat of Future Retaliation.

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