Voyeurism is defined as trespassing, spying or eavesdropping for sexual
II. PENALTIES - SEXUAL ASSAULT
A. STATE OF FLORIDA
The commission of sexual battery is considered a felony under most
circumstances in the state of Florida. Felonies are classified, for the purpose
of sentence and for any other purpose specifically provided by statute, into
the following categories with the prescribed penalties:
Capital Felony - Penalty
Life imprisonment and must serve no less than 25 years before becoming
eligible for parole unless the proceeding held to determine sentence results
in finding that such person shall be punished by death.
Life Felony - Penalty
For a life felony committed on or after October 1, 1983, by a term of
imprisonment for life or by a term of imprisonment not exceeding 40 years;
Felony of the First Degree - Penalty
A term of imprisonment not exceeding 30 years or, when specifically
provided by statue, by imprisonment for a term of years not exceeding life
Felony of the Second Degree - Penalty
A term of imprisonment not exceeding 15 years.
Felony of the Third Degree - Penalty
A term of imprisonment not exceeding 5 (five) years. Whether a person is
charged and/or convicted of a particular felony in the state of Florida will
depend on certain acts or circumstances existing during the commission
of the sexual assault, e.g. the age of the victim; the use of threat of a deadly
weapon or the use of actual physical force likely to cause serious personal
injury; use of drugs or intoxicating substances to incapacitate the victim,
mentally or physically; the number of perpetrators involved in the crime; if
the offender is an habitual felony offender, etc.
B. FLORIDA KEYS COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Violation of this policy, or conviction for the violation of any statute
occurring on FKCC owned or leased premises, shall, in addition to any
criminal penalties; result in the following penalties imposed by FKCC.