Crimes Against Nature Law and Legal Definition
Crimes against nature is a term that usually refers to sodomy (anal sexual intercourse) or bestiality (sex with an animal).
A crime against nature may also refer to:
1. Buggery - anal intercourse between a man and either a man or a woman.
2. Pederasty - buggery committed between a man and a young boy.
3. Fellatio - the oral stimulation of the male sex organ.
4. Cunnilingus - the oral stimulation of the female sex organ.
Legal Definition list
Related Legal Terms
- Admission Against Interest
- Against the Form of the Statute
- Against the Peace and Dignity of the State
- Against the Will
- Aggravated Sexual Assault Against a Child
- Assimilative Crimes Act
- Bill in the Nature of a Bill of Review
- Bill in the Nature of Interpleader
- Claim Against Decedent's Estate
- Committee Against Torture [CAT]