2020 Colorado Revised Statutes
Title 18 - Criminal Code
Article 7. Offenses Relating to Morals

Editor's note: This title was repealed and reenacted in 1971. For historical information concerning the repeal and reenactment, see the editor's note following the title heading.


PART 1 OBSCENITY - OFFENSES

Editor's note: This title was repealed and reenacted in 1971, and this part 1 was subsequently repealed and reenacted in 1976, 1977, and 1981, resulting in the addition, relocation, and elimination of sections as well as subject matter. For amendments to this part 1 prior to 1981, consult the Colorado statutory research explanatory note and the table itemizing the replacement volumes and supplements to the original volume of C.R.S. 1973 beginning on page vii in the front of this volume and the editor's note following the title heading. Former C.R.S. section numbers prior to 1981 are shown in editor's notes following those sections that were relocated.

Cross references: For power of boards of county commissioners and governing bodies of municipalities to regulate obscene material or performance, see ยงยง 30-15-401 (1)(c) and 3115-401 (1)(g).

PART 2 PROSTITUTION

Cross references: For provisions relating to HIV infection and acquired immune deficiency syndrome, see part 14 of article 4 of title 25.

PART 3 PUBLIC INDECENCY PART 4 CHILD PROSTITUTION

Editor's note: This part 4 was repealed in 1977 and was subsequently recreated and reenacted in 1979, resulting in the addition, relocation, and elimination of sections as well as subject matter. This part 4 was not amended prior to its repeal in 1977. For the text of this part 4 prior to 1977, consult the Colorado statutory research explanatory note and the table itemizing the replacement volumes and supplements to the original volume of C.R.S. 1973 beginning on page vii in the front of this volume.

PART 5 SEXUALLY EXPLICIT MATERIALS HARMFUL TO CHILDREN

Editor's note: The Colorado Supreme Court held this entire part 5 unconstitutional because the display provision of section 18-7-502 (5) was overly broad and infringed upon free speech rights of adults and the provision of section 18-7-503 which allowed an exemption to "accredited" museums, libraries, schools, and institutions of higher education was vague. See Tattered Cover, Inc., v. Tooley, 696 P.2d 780 (Colo. 1985).

PART 6 VISUAL REPRESENTATIONS CONTAINING ACTUAL VIOLENCE PART 7 SEXUAL CONDUCT IN A CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTION PART 8 CRIMINAL INVASION OF PRIVACY PART 9 UNLAWFUL DISTRIBUTION OF SUICIDE RECORDINGS
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