As a UGA Alum, I was particularly interested in checking on rape by fraud laws in the Peach State. And, although there’s no specific mention in their criminal code, Georgia has an interesting statute that should apply.
Back in 1962, Model Penal Code was drafted to standardize penal laws throughout the US. Its Global Consent provision states that:
Consent is ineffective if induced by force, duress, or deception.
Basically, this means that consent, obtained by deception, is not consent at all.
Georgia’s rape law clearly identifies the crime committed through the use of force or duress. And 16-6022.1, Sexual Battery, should apply in cases of deceit when the concept of “consent” is based on Model Penal Code’s Global Consent provision.