Sexual abuse 2 (ORS 163.425) is not a measure 11 offense.
The crime is typically punished more severely if the victim was under 18, or if the defendant was 21 or over and was the victim's "coach."
The sentence for being convicted of sexual abuse 2 will vary widely depending on the criminal background of the defendant. If, for example, the defendant has no serious crimes in his background, the sentence may be probation plus a few months of local jail time.
On the other hand, a person with multiple serious violent felonies could face something in the range of almost 4 years in state prison.
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