Surreptitious Consequences





What are Arizona sex crimes consequences for Surreptitious?

Surreptitious photographing, videotaping, or digital recording or viewing is defined as:

  1. 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:
    1. 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
    2. 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
  2. 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.

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