People v. Grim

In People v. Grim (1992) 9 Cal.App.4th 1240, the court considered the appropriateness of jury instructions concerning the sufficiency of the evidence to find substantial sexual conduct based on oral copulation as defined in section 1203.066. (Grim, at pp. 1241-1243.) Grim held the instructions telling the jury that " 'any contact, however slight, between the mouth of one person and the sexual organ of another person constitutes oral copulation' " and that penetration of the mouth was not required were proper for finding oral copulation sufficient to constitute substantial sexual conduct under section 1203.066. (Grim, at p. 1242.)