What are Arizona sex crimes consequences for Surreptitious?
Surreptitious photographing, videotaping, or digital recording or viewing is defined as:
- It is unlawful for any person to knowingly photograph, videotape, film, digitally record or by any other means secretly view, with or without a device, another person, without that persons consent under the following circumstances:
- In a restroom, bathroom, locker room, bathroom or other locations where the person has a reasonable expectation of privacy and the person is urinating, defecating, dressing, undressing, nude or involved in sexual intercourse or sexual contact
- In a manner that directly or indirectly captures or allows the viewing of the person’s genitals, buttocks, or female breast, whether clothed or unclothed, that is not otherwise visible to the public
- It is unlawful to disclose, display, distribute, or publish a photograph, videotape, film, or digital recording made in violation of subsection A of this section without the consent or knowledge of the person being depicted.
Surreptitious photographing carries a mandatory prison term of .33 years to 3.75 years, discretionary if violation was committed with device or whether victim is recognizable. Probation IS eligible for this offense but NOT to a lifetime term. Registration as a sex offender is discretionary for this offense.