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Homosexuality, Sodomy Legislation/Cases/References
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The Sexual Offences Act 1998 provides -

Article 14 - "Any person who commits an act of gross indecency with another person is guilty of an offense and is liable on conviction to imprisonment for five years."

Article 15 - Buggery (applying both to such acts between men and between women and men) is punished with up to ten years imprisonment. The court may also commit the offender to a Psychological Hospital instead of to imprisonment.

Article 16 - Attempted buggery is punished with up to four years imprisonment. [R1.1].

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