Answer: Super aggravated sexual assault of a child is when a person, an adult 17 years of age or older, has sex with a child under the age of six. It’s called super aggravated sexual assault of a child because of the punishment range. The punishment range is very severe; it’s 25 to life in prison, and even more importantly you cannot and will not get out on parole. Whatever sentence you get, you will serve that sentence day for day. You will also have to register as a sexual offender for life if you do get out of prison.
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