Obscenity in Louisiana is defined by LA. Revised Statute 14:46.2, the following statutes define and govern the potential sentences for:
Definition of Obscenity
While each of these charges have distinguishing elements, in order to be convicted of one of the above charges a prosecutor must prove beyond a reasonable doubt the defendant intentionally exposed their genitals, pubic hair, anus, vulva, or female breast nipples in any public place or place open to the public view, or in any prison or jail, with the intent of arousing sexual desire or which appeals to a prurient interest or is patently offensive.
Possible Penalties for Obscenity
The possible penalties for Burglary in Louisiana differ greatly based on the circumstances and the exact statute a defendant is charged under but range from a two-year minimum sentence with hard labor to five years without benefit of parole, probation, or suspension of sentence.
Potential Defenses to Obscenity
A consultation with one of the attorneys at Lawrence Law Firm can bring to light facts and circumstances useful in mounting unique and creative defenses or mitigating factors such as: lack of intent, lack of knowledge, authorization, or consent.
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