What is Invasion of Privacy for Sexual Gratification?
Invasion of Privacy for Sexual Gratification – C.R.S. 18-3-405.6, is a sex offense in Jefferson, El Paso, and Douglas County. A person will be charged if they:
Knowingly observe or take a photograph of another person's intimate parts without their consent for the purpose of their own sexual gratification, in a situation where the person they are photographing has a reasonable expectation of privacy.
In other words – if you take photos of someone who is naked, without their permission, when they have a good reason to expect privacy (i.e. not at a nudist colony), if the purpose is for your own sexual gratification. We'll make it even simpler:
Take photos of someone's intimate parts (i.e. naked)
Without their permission
When they have a reasonable expectation of privacy
When the purpose is for your own sexual gratification
Charges of Invasion of Privacy for Sexual Gratification
What is the Sentence for Invasion of Privacy for Sexual Gratification?
Because the Lakewood man secretly (without their permission) took photos of the women while they were naked (intimate parts) in a tanning bed (where they had a reasonable expectation of privacy), and assumedly for his own sexual gratification, he has been charged. This crime is a class 1 misdemeanor, but it is a class 6 felony if it is a second conviction (both are extraordinary risk crimes). Either way, Invasion of Privacy for Sexual Gratification is a sex offense, which means a person convicted of it will be required to:
- Register as a Sex Offender
- Go through Sex Offender Treatment
Tanning Bed Spying: Why You Need a Lawyer
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