|SB 0277||Creates the crime of invasion of privacy|
|Last Action:||02/08/95 - Hearing Conducted S Judiciary Committee|
|Effective Date:||August 28, 1995|
SB 277 - This act creates the crime of invasion of privacy. A person commits the crime of invasion of privacy if he knowingly photographs or films another person, without that person's knowledge and consent, while that person is in a state of full or partial nudity, and that person is in a place where he would have a reasonable expectation of privacy.
Violation of this act by a prior invasion of privacy offender is a Class C felony. Violation of this act by photographing or filming more than one person during the same course of conduct is a Class D felony. Otherwise, violation of this act is a Class A misdemeanor.
This act provides for a three-year limitation to prosecute, either from the date that the incident occurred, or from the date that the person photographed or filmed first learns about the photograph or filming.
This act does not apply to law enforcement officers
performing a lawful criminal investigation. This act also does
not apply to law enforcement or Department of Corrections
personnel who, for security purposes or during certain
investigations, film a person in custody of the Department of
Corrections, the local jail or correctional facility.