(a) Any actor who inflicts sexual intrusion on a victim commits a sexual assault in
the first degree if:
(i) The actor causes submission of the victim through the actual application, reasonably
calculated to cause submission of the victim, of physical force or forcible confinement;
(ii) The actor causes submission of the victim by threat of death, serious bodily
injury, extreme physical pain or kidnapping to be inflicted on anyone and the victim
reasonably believes that the actor has the present ability to execute these threats;
(iii) The victim is physically helpless, and the actor knows or reasonably should
know that the victim is physically helpless and that the victim has not consented;
(iv) The actor knows or reasonably should know that the victim through a mental illness,
mental deficiency or developmental disability is incapable of appraising the nature
of the victim's conduct.
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