§ 9.68A.001 Legislative findings, intent
§ 9.68A.005 Chapter not applicable to lawful conduct between spouses
§ 9.68A.011 Definitions
§ 9.68A.040 Sexual exploitation of a minor — Elements of crime — Penalty
§ 9.68A.050 Dealing in depictions of minor engaged in sexually explicit conduct
§ 9.68A.053 Sexually explicit images — Crimes by minors — Penalties
§ 9.68A.055 Sexually explicit images — Forfeiture by minors
§ 9.68A.060 Sending, bringing into state depictions of minor engaged in sexually explicit conduct
§ 9.68A.070 Possession of depictions of minor engaged in sexually explicit conduct
§ 9.68A.075 Viewing depictions of a minor engaged in sexually explicit conduct
§ 9.68A.080 Reporting of depictions of minor engaged in sexually explicit conduct — Civil immunity
§ 9.68A.090 Communication with minor for immoral purposes — Penalties
§ 9.68A.100 Commercial sexual abuse of a minor — Penalties — Consent of minor does not constitute defense
§ 9.68A.101 Promoting commercial sexual abuse of a minor — Penalty — Consent of minor does not constitute defense
§ 9.68A.102 Promoting travel for commercial sexual abuse of a minor — Penalty — Consent of minor does not constitute defense
§ 9.68A.103 Permitting commercial sexual abuse of a minor — Penalty — Consent of minor does not constitute defense
§ 9.68A.105 Additional fee assessment
§ 9.68A.106 Additional fee assessment — Internet advertisement
§ 9.68A.107 Additional fee assessment — Depiction or image of visual or printed matter
§ 9.68A.110 Certain defenses barred, permitted
§ 9.68A.120 Seizure and forfeiture of property
§ 9.68A.130 Recovery of costs of suit by minor
§ 9.68A.150 Allowing minor on premises of live erotic performance — Definitions — Penalty
§ 9.68A.170 Criminal proceedings — Depictions of minors engaged in sexually explicit conduct — Restrictions on access
§ 9.68A.180 Criminal proceedings — Depictions of minors engaged in sexually explicit conduct — Sealing, storage, destruction of exhibits
§ 9.68A.190 Criminal proceedings — Depictions of minors engaged in sexually explicit conduct — Depictions distributed to defense counsel or expert witnesses prior to June 7, 2012 — Distribution of depictions under color
§ 9.68A.200 Child rescue fund
§ 9.68A.912 Construction — Chapter applicable to state registered domestic partnerships — 2009 c 521

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