Trespassory Rape

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Trespassory rape is usually considered to be the husband's action against a man who run off with his wife. Note that the wife is not co-plaintiff and there is no assertion that it was against her will. The goods taken are usually clothing, household items, and jewelry.

Trespassory Rape 1300-1319

Trespassory Rape 1320-1339

Trespassory Rape 1340-1344

Trespassory Rape 1345-1349

Trespassory Rape 1350-1354

Trespassory Rape 1355-1359

Trespassory Rape 1360-1379

Trespassory Rape 1380-1400

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