Unlawful Age Misrepresentation Consequences

SEX CRIMES

VIOLENT CRIMES 

CRIMINAL ORGANIZATIONS/GANGS

DRUG CRIMES

What are Consequences for Unlawful Age Misrepresentation?

Unlawful age misrepresentation is defined as defendant at least 18 years of age knows or has reason to know the recipient is a minor, uses an electronic communication device to knowingly misrepresent the person’s age. To knowingly misrepresent the person’s age for the purpose of committing any sexual offense. It is not a defense to prosecution that the recipient is not a minor. Unlawful age misrepresentation carries a mandatory prison term of 2 years to 8.75 years. Probation IS eligible up to a lifetime term. Registration as a sex offender IS mandatory for this offense.

Unlawful age misrepresentation, victim under 15 is defined as defendant at least 18 years of age, the minor is under 15 years of age, knows or has reason to know the recipient is a minor, uses an electronic communication device to knowingly misrepresent the person’s age for the purpose of committing any sexual offense. Unlawful age misrepresentation carries a mandatory prison term of 5 years to 15 years. Probation IS eligible up to a lifetime term. Registration as a sex offender IS mandatory for this offense.

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