Answer: Continuous sexual abuse of a child is another extreme punishment case. If a person commits two or more acts of sexual abuse against a child under 14 years of age and it happens over a time period of at least 30 days, you are facing the serious punishment range of 25 years to life in the state penitentiary. This is without the possibility of parole; whatever sentence you get, you’re going to serve that day for day. And if you do get out of prison, you’re going to register as a sexual offender for life.
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