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statutory (in law) rape,

n sexual intercourse with a child below the age of consent, which varies from state to state.
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also explicitly stated that statutory damages "shall not be
order defendants to pay statutory damages when actual damages or profits
Act's statutory damage provision was inapplicable when damages and
in keeping with the policy that statutory damages should not be a
appellate courts sometimes reduced large statutory damage awards to the
Occasionally, appellate courts reduced statutory damage awards that were
We base our conclusion that statutory damages under the 1909 Act
interpreting it, view the primary impetus for adopting statutory damages
the case law interpreting the 1909 Act's statutory damage provision
identified the 1909 Act's statutory damage provision as among the
Section 504(c), which codified the new statutory damage provision
Under both laws, statutory damages are available only