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Currently, North Dakota has no specific defined crime of domestic violence, crimes of assault against a household and/or family member are treated as crimes of domestic violence.

CAWS North Dakota has initiated and worked in partnership with others to make significant changed in North Dakota public policy, including: making marital rape a crime; establishing Orders of Protection; protecting confidentiality for domestic and sexual violence advocates; and ensuring that the state pay for sexual assault forensic evidence examinations, instead of the victim.

CAWS North Dakota is responsible for designing the funding plan used to award state funding for domestic violence and sexual assault services—allowing for equitable distribution of funds among eligible programs to stabilize and provide access to services throughout the state.

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Similarly to some other states, North Dakota allows mistake of fact as to the minor’s age to serve as a defense.

So, if a person is accused of having sex with a minor, he or she may escape punishment if it can be shown that the offender reasonably believed the minor to be an adult.If so, attorneys respond with an offer to represent you that includes a full attorney profile with details on their fee structure, background, and ratings by other Legal Match users so you can decide if they're the right lawyer for you.If you are outside of North Dakota, please contact your state coalition for more information about crisis intervention centers near you.She holds a Bachelor of Science in psychology from Stetson University.In North Dakota, the age of consent for sexual intercourse is 18 years old.During CAWS North Dakota’s 35 year history, all North Dakota laws and public policies benefiting victims of domestic violence and sexual assault were developed and implemented through the advocacy and leadership of CAWS North Dakota and its member programs in communities throughout the state.

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