Indecent exposure is showing off the anus or any part of the genitals with the intent to arouse other people and with reckless disregard to others. Indecent exposure is a Class B misdemeanor.
Indecency with a child
It’s illegal to have sexual contact with a child younger than 17 whether the child is of the same or opposite sex. This is known as indecency with a child and it’s a second degree felony unless the offense is based on exposure rather than sexual contact in which case the offense is a third degree felony.
Sexual Contact with a Student
It is illegal for an employee of a public or private primary or secondary school to have sexual contact with a student. This is a second-degree felony.
Improper photography or visual recording…show more content… The penalty for such improper photography or visual recording is a state jail felony.
Assault is the intentional, knowing, or reckless injury of another person, or attempted injury to another person, or physical contact with another person that could reasonably be assumed to cause injury. Assault is a Class A misdemeanor, unless it is committed against a family member or public servant, in which case it is a third-degree felony.
A person has committed sexual assault if he intentionally or knowingly penetrates the anus or sexual organ of another person without consent, or causes that penetration, or intentionally or knowingly causes that penetration with respect to a child. Sexual assault is a second-degree felony.
The person intentionally or knowingly penetrates the anus or sexual organ of another person without consent, or causes that penetration, or intentionally or knowingly causes that penetration with respect to a child. Sexual assault is a second-degree felony.
Aggravated Sexual…show more content… This offense is a Class C misdemeanor, unless the actions taken by the offender cause death or serious bodily injury, in which case the offense is a state jail felony.
Tampering with a Consumer Product
It is illegal to knowingly or intentionally tamper with a consumer product that will be offered for sale, especially if this is done to affect sales, cause bodily injury, or frighten people. Tampering with a product is a second-degree felony or, if anyone is injured, a first-degree felony. Tampering with a product with malicious intent is a third degree felony.
Leaving a Child in a Motor Vehicle
It is illegal to intentionally or knowingly leave a child under the age of 7 unaccompanied by another person who is 14 years or older in a motor vehicle for more than five minutes. Leaving a child in the vehicle is a Class C misdemeanor.
Harassing a correction officer or public servant
It is illegal to cause a correctional officer or public servant to contact the offender’s blood, seminal fluid, vaginal fluid, saliva, urine, or feces. This is a third-degree felony.