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18-7-801. Criminal invasion of privacy

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(1) A person who knowingly observes or takes a photograph of another persons intimate parts, as defined in section 18-3-401 (2), without that persons consent, in a situation where the person observed or photographed has a reasonable expectation of privacy, commits criminal invasion of privacy.

(2) Criminal invasion of privacy is a class 2 misdemeanor.

(3) For the purposes of this section, photograph includes a photograph, motion picture, videotape, live feed, print, negative, slide, or other mechanically, electronically, digitally, or chemically reproduced visual material.

History

History.
Source: L. 2004: Entire part added, p. 655, 1, effective July 1. L. 2010: Entire section amended, (SB 10-128), ch. 415, p. 2046, 3, effective July 1.

Annotations

Editors note: This title was numbered as chapter 40, C.R.S. 1963. The substantive provisions of this title were repealed and reenacted in 1971, resulting in the addition, relocation, and elimination of sections as well as subject matter. For amendments to this title prior to 1971, consult the Colorado statutory research explanatory note beginning on page vii in the front of this volume. For a detailed comparison of this title, see the comparative tables located in the back of the index.

Editors note: This title was repealed and reenacted in 1971. For historical information concerning the repeal and reenactment, see the editors note following the title heading.

 

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