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PART V.  OFFENSES AFFECTING THE PUBLIC MORALS
SUBPART A.  OFFENSES AFFECTING SEXUAL
IMMORALITY
1.  SEXUAL OFFENSES AFFECTING MINORS
§80.  Felony carnal knowledge of a juvenile
A.  Felony carnal knowledge of a juvenile is committed when:
(1)  A person who is nineteen years of age or older has sexual intercourse, with consent, with a person who is twelve years of age or older but less than seventeen years of age, when the victim is not the spouse of the offender; or
(2)  A person who is seventeen years of age or older has sexual intercourse, with consent, with a person who is twelve years of age or older but less than fifteen years of age, when the victim is not the spouse of the offender; or
(3)  A person commits a second or subsequent offense of misdemeanor carnal knowledge of a juvenile, or a person who has been convicted one or more times of violating one or more crimes for which the offender is required to register as a sex offender under R.S. 15:542 commits a first offense of misdemeanor carnal knowledge of a juvenile.
B.  As used in this Section, "sexual intercourse" means anal, oral, or vaginal sexual intercourse.
C.  Lack of knowledge of the juvenile’s age shall not be a defense.  Emission is not necessary, and penetration, however slight, is sufficient to complete the crime.
D.  Whoever commits the crime of felony carnal knowledge of a juvenile shall be fined not more than five thousand dollars, or imprisoned, with or without hard labor, for not more than ten years, or both, provided that the defendant shall not be eligible to have his conviction set aside or his prosecution dismissed in accordance with the provisions of Code of Criminal Procedure Article 893.
Amended by Acts 1977, No. 539, §1; Acts 1978, No. 757, §1; Acts 1990, No. 590, §1; Acts 1995, No. 241, §1; Acts 2001, No. 796, §1.

§80.1.  Misdemeanor carnal knowledge of a juvenile
A.  Misdemeanor carnal knowledge of a juvenile is committed when a person who is seventeen years of age or older but less than nineteen years of age has sexual intercourse, with consent, with a person who is fifteen years of age or older but less than seventeen years of age, when the victim is not the spouse of the offender, and when the difference between the age of the victim and age of the offender is greater than two years.
B.  As used in this Section, "sexual intercourse" means anal, oral, or vaginal sexual intercourse.
C.  Lack of knowledge of the juvenile’s age shall not be a defense.  Emission is not necessary, and penetration, however slight, is sufficient to complete the crime.
D.  Whoever commits the crime of misdemeanor carnal knowledge of a juvenile shall be fined not more than one thousand dollars, or imprisoned for not more than six months, or both.
E.  The offender shall be eligible to have his conviction set aside and his prosecution dismissed in accordance with the appropriate provisions of the Code of Criminal Procedure.
F.  The offender shall not be subject to any of the provisions of law which are applicable to sex offenders, including but not limited to the provisions which require registration of the offender and notice to the neighbors of the offender.
Acts 2001, No. 796, §1.

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§81.  Indecent behavior with juveniles
A.  Indecent behavior with juveniles is the commission of any lewd or lascivious act upon the person or in the presence of any child under the age of seventeen, where there is an age difference of greater than two years between the two persons, with the intention of arousing or gratifying the sexual desires of either person.  Lack of knowledge of the child’s age shall not be a defense.
B.  The trial judge shall have the authority to issue any necessary orders to protect the safety of the child during the pendency of the criminal action and beyond its conclusion.
C.  Whoever commits the crime of indecent behavior with juveniles shall be fined not more than five thousand dollars, or imprisoned with or without hard labor for not more than seven years, or both, provided that the defendant shall not be eligible to have his conviction set aside or his prosecution dismissed in accordance with the provisions of Code of Criminal Procedure Article 893.
Amended by Acts 1956, No. 450, §1; Acts 1968, No. 647, §1; Acts 1977, No. 537, §1; Acts 1984, No. 423, §1; Acts 1986, No. 406, §1; Acts 1990, No. 590, §1; Acts 1997, No. 743, §1.

§81.2.  Molestation of a juvenile
A.  Molestation of a juvenile is the commission by anyone over the age of seventeen of any lewd or lascivious act upon the person or in the presence of any child under the age of seventeen, where there is an age difference of greater than two years between the two persons, with the intention of arousing or gratifying the sexual desires of either person, by the use of force, violence, duress, menace, psychological intimidation, threat of great bodily harm, or by the use of influence by virtue of a position of control or supervision over the juvenile.  Lack of knowledge of the juvenile’s age shall not be a defense.
B.  Whoever commits the crime of molestation of a juvenile shall be fined not more than five thousand dollars, or imprisoned, with or without hard labor, for not less than one nor more than ten years, or both, provided that the defendant shall not be eligible to have his conviction set aside or his prosecution dismissed in accordance with the provisions of Code of Criminal Procedure Article 893.
C.  Whoever commits the crime of molestation of a juvenile when the offender has control or supervision over the juvenile shall be fined not more than ten thousand dollars, or imprisoned, with or without hard labor, for not less than one nor more than fifteen years, or both, provided that the defendant shall not be eligible to have his conviction set aside or his prosecution dismissed in accordance with Code of Criminal Procedure Article 893.
D.(1)  Whoever commits the crime of molestation of a juvenile when the incidents of molestation recur during a period of more than one year shall, on first conviction, be fined not more than ten thousand dollars or imprisoned, with or without hard labor, for not less than five nor more than fifteen years, or both.  At least five years of the sentence imposed shall be without benefit of parole, probation, or suspension of sentence.  After five years of the sentence have been served, the offender, who is otherwise eligible, may be eligible for parole if a licensed psychologist or a licensed clinical social worker or a board-certified psychiatrist, after psychological examination, including testing, approves.
(2)  Conditions of parole shall include treatment in a qualified sex offender program for a minimum of five years, or until expiration of sentence, whichever comes first.  The state shall be responsible for the cost of testing but the offender shall be responsible for the cost of the treatment program.  It shall also be a condition of parole that the offender be prohibited from being alone with a child without the supervision of another adult.
(3)  For purposes of this Subsection, a "qualified sex offender program" means one which includes both group and individual therapy and arousal reconditioning.  Group therapy shall be conducted by two therapists, one male and one female, at least one of whom is licensed as a psychologist or is board certified as a psychiatrist or clinical social worker.
(4)  On a subsequent conviction, the offender shall be imprisoned for twenty years at hard labor without benefit of parole, probation, or suspension of sentence.
Acts 1984, No. 220, §1; Acts 1990, No. 590, §1; Acts 1991, No. 925, §1; Acts 1999, No. 1309, §2, eff. Jan. 1, 2000.

§81.3.  Computer-aided solicitation of a minor
A.  Computer-aided solicitation of a minor is committed when a person eighteen years of age or older knowingly contacts or communicates, through the use of electronic textual communication, with a person who has not yet attained the age of eighteen or a person reasonably believed to have not yet attained the age of eighteen, for the purpose of or with the intent to persuade, induce, entice, or coerce the person to engage or participate in sexual conduct or a crime of violence as defined in R.S. 14:2(13), or with the intent to engage or participate in sexual conduct in the presence of the person who has not yet attained the age of eighteen, or person reasonably believed to have not yet attained the age of eighteen.
B.(1)  Whoever violates the provisions of this Section shall be fined not more than ten thousand dollars and shall be imprisoned at hard labor for not less than two years nor more than ten years, without benefit of parole, probation, or suspension of sentence.
(2)  On a subsequent conviction, the offender shall be imprisoned for not less than ten years nor more than twenty years at hard labor without benefit of parole, probation, or suspension of sentence.
C.(1)  Consent is a defense to a prosecution brought pursuant to this Section if the person under the age of eighteen, or the person reasonably believed to be under the age of eighteen, is at least sixteen years old.
(2)  Consent is not a defense to a prosecution brought pursuant to this Section if the person under the age of eighteen, or the person reasonably believed to be under the age of eighteen, is actually under the age of sixteen.
(3)  It is not a defense to a prosecution brought pursuant to this Section, on the basis of consent or otherwise, that the person reasonably believed to be under the age of eighteen is actually a law enforcement officer or peace officer acting in his official capacity.
D.  For purposes of this Section, the following words have the following meanings:
(1)  "Electronic textual communication" means a textual communication made through the use of a computer on-line service, Internet service, or any other means of electronic communication, including but not limited to a local bulletin board service, Internet chat room,  electronic mail, or on-line messaging service.
(2)  "Sexual conduct" means actual or simulated sexual intercourse, deviant sexual intercourse, sexual bestiality, masturbation, sadomasochistic abuse, lewd exhibition of the genitals, or any lewd or lascivious act.
E.  The provisions of this Section shall not apply to the transference of such images by a telephone company, cable television company, or any of its affiliates, an Internet provider, or commercial online service provider, or to the carrying, broadcasting, or performing of related activities in providing telephone, cable television, Internet, or commercial online services.
F.  An offense committed under this Section may be deemed to have been committed where the electronic textual communication was originally sent, originally received, or originally viewed by any person.
G.  After the institution of prosecution, access to and the disposition of any material seized as evidence of this offense shall be in accordance with R.S. 46:1845.
H.  Any evidence resulting from the commission of computer-aided solicitation of a minor shall constitute contraband.
I.  A violation of the provisions of this Section shall be considered a sex offense as defined in R.S. 15:541(14.1).  Whoever commits the crime of computer-aided solicitation of a minor shall be required to register as a sex offender as provided for in Chapter 3-B of Title 15 of the Louisiana Revised Statutes of 1950.
Acts 2005, No. 246, §1.



§82.1.  Prostitution; persons under seventeen; additional offenses
A.  It shall be unlawful:
(1)  For any person over the age of seventeen to engage in sexual intercourse with any person under the age of seventeen who is practicing prostitution, and there is an age difference of greater than two years between the two persons.  Lack of knowledge of the latter person’s age shall not be a defense.  
(2)  For any parent or tutor of any person under the age of seventeen knowingly to consent to the person’s entrance or detention in the practice of prostitution.  
B.  Whoever violates the provisions of this Section shall be fined not more than five thousand dollars or imprisoned, with or without hard labor, for not less than two years nor more than ten years, or both.  
Acts 1985, No. 777, §1.  

§91.11.  Sale, exhibition, or distribution of material harmful to minors
A.(1)  The unlawful sale, exhibition, rental,leasing, or distribution of material harmful to minors is the intentional sale, allocation, distribution, advertisement, dissemination, exhibition, or display of material harmful to minors, to any unmarried person under the age of seventeen years, or the possession of material harmful to minors with the intent to sell, allocate, advertise, disseminate, exhibit, or display such material to any unmarried person under the age of seventeen years, at a newsstand or any other commercial establishment which is open to persons under the age of seventeen years.  
(2)  "Material harmful to minors" is defined as any paper, magazine, book, newspaper, periodical, pamphlet, composition, publication, photograph, drawing, picture, poster, motion picture film, video tape, figure, phonograph record, album, cassette, compact disc, wire or tape recording, or other similar tangible work or thing which exploits, is devoted to or principally consists of, descriptions or depictions of illicit sex or sexual immorality for commercial gain, and when the trier of fact determines that the average person applying contemporary community standards would find that the work or thing is presented in a manner to provoke or arouse lust, passion, or perversion or exploits sex.  
(3)  For the purpose of this section "descriptions or depictions of illicit sex or sexual immorality" includes the depiction, display, description, exhibition or representation of:
(a)  Ultimate sexual acts, normal or perverted, actual, simulated, or animated, whether between human beings, animals, or an animal and a human being;
(b)  Masturbation, excretory functions, or exhibition, actual, simulated, or animated, of the genitals, pubic hair, anus, vulva, or female breast nipples;
(c)  Sadomasochistic abuse, meaning actual, simulated, or animated, flagellation or torture by or upon a person who is nude or clad in undergarments or in a costume which reveals the pubic hair, anus, vulva, genitals or female breast nipples, or the condition of being fettered, bound, or otherwise physically restrained, on the part of one so clothed;
(d)  Actual, simulated, or animated, touching, caressing, or fondling of, or other similar physical contact with, a pubic area, anus, female breast nipple, covered or exposed, whether alone or between human*, animals or a human and an animal, of the same or opposite sex, in an act of apparent sexual stimulation or gratification; or
(e)  Actual, simulated, or animated, stimulation of the human genital organs by any device whether or not the device is designed, manufactured, and marketed for such purpose.  
B.  It shall be unlawful to invite or permit any unmarried person under the age of seventeen years of age to be in any commercial establishment that exhibits or displays any item, material, work or thing of any kind that is described in Subsection A of this section.  
Lack of knowledge of age or marital status shall not constitute a defense, unless the defendant shows that he had reasonable cause to believe that the minor involved was either married or seventeen years of age or more and that the minor exhibited to the defendant a draft card, driver’s license, birth certificate or other official or apparently official document purporting to establish that such a minor was either married or seventeen years of age or more.  
For the purpose of Subsections A and B of this section, "exhibition or display" means the exhibition or display of material harmful to minors as defined in Subsection A so that, as displayed, depictions and representations of illicit sex or sexual immorality are visible to minors, or that an unmarried person under the age of seventeen years is permitted to see or examine the contents of the material harmful to minors.  
A commercial establishment shall not be in violation of this section if the commercial establishment provides for a separate area for the exhibition or display of material harmful to minors and designates said area "NOT FOR MINORS" or similar words and the commercial establishment prohibits unmarried minors under the age of seventeen years from seeing or examining the contents of material harmful to minors.  
C.  This section does not preempt, nor shall anything in this section be construed to preempt, the regulation of obscenity by municipalities, parishes and consolidated city-parish governments; however, in order to promote uniform obscenity legislation throughout the state, the regulation of obscenity by municipalities, parishes and consolidated city-parish governments shall not exceed the scope of the regulatory prohibitions contained in the provisions of this section.  
D.  Whoever is found guilty of violating the provisions of this section shall be fined not less than one hundred dollars nor more than two thousand dollars or imprisoned for not more than one year, or both.  
Added by Acts 1966, No. 127, §§1, 2.  Amended by Acts 1968, No. 647, §1; Acts 1974, No. 275, §1; Acts 1988, No. 782, §1; Acts 1989, No. 384, §1.
*AS APPEARS IN ENROLLED BILL.  

§91.13.  Illegal use of controlled dangerous substances in the presence of persons under seventeen years of age
A.  It shall be unlawful for any person over the age of seventeen, while in the presence of any person under the age of seventeen and when there is an age difference of greater than two years between the two persons, to use, consume, possess, or distribute any controlled dangerous substance in violation of the Uniform Controlled Dangerous Substances Act.
B.  Whoever violates the provisions of this Section shall be fined not more than five hundred dollars or imprisoned for more than six months, or both.  
Acts 1988, No. 691, §1.  

§92.  Contributing to the delinquency of juveniles
A.  Contributing to the delinquency of juveniles is the intentional enticing, aiding, soliciting, or permitting, by anyone over the age of seventeen, of any child under the age of seventeen, and no exception shall be made for a child who may be emancipated by marriage or otherwise, to:
(1)  Beg, sing, sell any article or play any musical instrument in any public place for the purpose of receiving alms.
(2)  Associate with any vicious or disreputable persons, or frequent places where the same may be found.
(3)  Visit any place where beverages of either high or low alcoholic content are the principal commodity sold or given away.
(4)  Visit any place where any gambling device is found, or where gambling habitually occurs.
(5)  Habitually trespass where it is recognized he has no right to be.
(6)  Use any vile, obscene or indecent language.
(7)  Perform any sexually immoral act.
(8)  Absent himself or remain away, without authority of his parents or tutor, from his home or place of abode.
(9)  Violate any law of the state or ordinance of any parish or village, or town or city of the state.
(10)  Visit any place where sexually indecent and obscene material, of any nature, is offered for sale, displayed or exhibited.  
(11)(a)  Become involved in the commission of a crime of violence as defined in R.S. 14:2(13) which is a felony or a violation of the Uniform Controlled Dangerous Substances Law which is a felony.
(b)  Become involved in the commission of any other felony not enumerated in Subparagraph (a) of this Paragraph.
B.  Lack of knowledge of the juvenile’s age shall not be a defense.
C.  Whoever commits the crime of contributing to the delinquency of a juvenile shall be fined not more than five hundred dollars, or imprisoned for not more than six months, or both.  
D.  Whoever is charged and convicted of contributing to the delinquency of a juvenile under Paragraph (7) of Subsection A of this Section shall be fined not more than one thousand dollars, or imprisoned with or without hard labor for not more than two years, or both.  
E.(1)  Whoever is charged and convicted of contributing to the delinquency of a juvenile under Subparagraph (a) of Paragraph (11) of Subsection A of this Section shall be imprisoned at hard labor for not less than two years and for not more than ten years or imprisoned according to the sentence of imprisonment for the underlying felony, whichever is less.
(2)  Whoever is charged and convicted of contributing to the delinquency of a juvenile under Subparagraph (b) of Paragraph (11) of Subsection A of this Section shall be fined not more than one thousand dollars or imprisoned with or without hard labor for not more than two years, or both.
Amended by Acts 1962, No. 394, §1; Acts 1966, No. 481, §1; Acts 1966, No. 532, §1; Acts 1968, No. 486, §1; Acts 1968, No. 647, §1; Acts 1976, No. 121, §§1, 2; Acts 1993, No. 526, §1; Acts 1994, 3rd Ex. Sess., No. 74, §1; Acts 1995, No. 1290, §1.

§92.1.  Encouraging or contributing to child delinquency, dependency, or neglect; penalty; suspension of sentence; definitions
A.(1)  In all cases where any child shall be a delinquent, dependent, or neglected child, as defined in the statutes of this state or by this Section, irrespective of whether any former proceedings have been had to determine the status of such child, the parent or parents, legal guardian, or any person having the custody of such child, or any other person or persons who shall by any act encourage, cause, or contribute to the dependency or delinquency of such child, or who acts in conjunction with such child in the acts which cause such child to be dependent or delinquent, shall be punished by a fine not exceeding one thousand dollars, or by imprisonment for not more than six months, or by both fine and imprisonment.  
(2)  The court in which the case is heard may suspend the sentence for violation of the provisions of this Section, and impose conditions upon the defendant as to his future conduct, and may make such suspension dependent upon the fulfillment by the defendant of such conditions.  In the case of the breach of such conditions or any part of them, the court may impose sentence as though there had been no such suspension.  
(3)  The court may also, as a condition of such suspension, require a bond in such sum as the court may designate, to be approved by the judge requiring it, to secure the performance by such person of the conditions placed by the courts on such suspension.  The bond by its terms shall be made payable to the district judge of the parish in which the prosecution is pending, and any money received from a breach of any of the provisions of the bond shall be paid into the parish treasury.  The provisions of law regulating forfeiture of appearance bonds shall govern so far as they are applicable.  
(4)  Exclusive jurisdiction of the offense defined in this Section is hereby conferred on juvenile courts, in accordance with the provisions of law establishing such courts.  
B.  By the term "delinquency", as used in this section, is meant any act which tends to debase or injure the morals, health or welfare of a child; drinking beverages of low alcoholic content or beverages of high alcoholic content; the use of narcotics, going into or remaining in any bawdy house, assignation house, disorderly house or road house, hotel, public dance hall, or other gathering place where prostitutes, gamblers or thieves are permitted to enter and ply their trade; or associating with thieves and immoral persons, or enticing a minor to leave home or to leave the custody of its parents, guardians or persons standing in lieu thereof, without first receiving the consent of the parent, guardian, or other person; or begging, singing, selling any article; or playing any musical instrument in any public place for the purpose of receiving alms; or habitually trespassing where it is recognized he has no right to be; or using any vile, obscene, or indecent language; or performing any sexually immoral act; or violating any law of the state ordinance of any village, town, city, or parish of the state.  
The term "juvenile", as used in this section, refers to any child under the age of seventeen.  Lack of knowledge of the juvenile’s age shall not be a defense.   Added by Acts 1954, No. 624, §1.  Amended by Acts 1960, No. 505, §1; Acts 1966, No. 480, §1; Acts 1968, No. 647, §1; Acts 1991, No. 667, §1.