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2/12/2018 Group Watch: Anti-Voyeurism Bill Passes Senate

The Alabama Senate passed a bill last Thursday that would make it a crime to take photos or videos of a person’s┬áprivate parts without their consent in areas where they can expect privacy.┬áThe legislation, sponsored by Senator Clyde Chambliss, passed 27-0. Senate Chambliss described the passing of the bill as the beginning of a process of justice for a lot of victims. The bill creates a first degree crime of voyeurism, making it a class C felony, punishable by up to 10 years in prison.

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