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House Bill 1367

ARCHIVE (2003)

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DIGEST OF HB1367 (Updated April 21, 2003 3:28 PM - DI 84)

Repeat indecent offenders. Provides that a person commits performing sexual fondling in the presence of a minor, a Class D felony, if the person: (1) engages in sexual intercourse; (2) engages in deviate sexual conduct; or (3) touches or fondles the person's own body; in the presence of a child less than 14 years of age. Provides that a person commits public indecency, a Class A misdemeanor: (1) if the person appears nude in a public place with the intent to arouse the person's own sexual desires or the sexual desires of another person; or (2) if the person is at least 18 years of age and appears nude in a public place with the intent to be seen by a child less than 16 years of age. Makes public indecency a Class D felony if the person has a prior unrelated conviction for public indecency. Provides that a person who appears nude in a nonpublic place with the intent to be seen by persons other than invitees or occupants of that place commits indecent exposure, a Class C misdemeanor. Provides that a person who appears nude in a public place commits public nudity, a Class C misdemeanor. Makes public nudity a Class B misdemeanor if the person intends to be seen by another person, and makes a second offense a Class D felony. Makes public nudity a Class A misdemeanor if the person appears nude in a department of natural resources owned or managed property with the intent to arouse the sexual desires of the person or another person, or on school grounds or in a public park; and makes a second offense a Class D felony.
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