The underlying crime of unlawful sexual contact applies when the person other than the actor has not expressly or impliedly acquiesced to the contact.
makes it a class D crime if a teacher, employee, or other official having authority over a student has sexual conduct with a student who is a minor.
If the sexual contact involves penetration, it is a class C crime punishable by imprisonment for up to five years, a fine of up to ,000, or both.
If the adult does not have authority over the student, but the adult is 21 or older, the contact is a class E crime, or a class D crime if the act involves penetration.
However, in cases involving students and educational staff having authority over them (as defined above) this penalty applies even if the student consents to the touching.
It is a class E crime if the adult is at least 21, regardless of whether he has authority over the student., a person is guilty of felonious sexual assault if he is in a position of authority over a victim aged 13 to 17, inclusive, and uses this authority to coerce the victim submit to sexual penetration.