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Any relevant evidence may prove lascivious intent (access required)

No Virginia precedent sets forth specific types of evidence that must be proven to show lascivious intent in a sexual battery case. Such intent may be proven with any evidence that establishes such intent beyond a reasonable doubt. Background Four-year-old E. told her aunt and grandmother one evening that her grandfather, Appellant Jerry McCoy, “touches my cookie” ...