State v. Eric T

In State v. Eric T., 8 Conn. App. 607, 613, 513 A.2d 1273 (1986), the Court rejected a respondent's claim that there was no sexual contact sufficient to constitute sexual assault in the fourth degree because he had not touched the victim's bare skin. The Court held that "as long as the contact was for the purpose of sexual gratification, whether direct or indirect, whether through clothing or bare skin, it will satisfy the definition of 'sexual contact.'" Id.