2023 New Hampshire Revised Statutes
Title LXII - Criminal Code
Chapter 650 - Obscene Matter
Section 650:5 - Evidence; Adjudication of Obscenity.

Universal Citation: NH Rev Stat § 650:5 (2023)
    650:5 Evidence; Adjudication of Obscenity. –
In any prosecution under this chapter, evidence shall be admissible to show:
I. The character of the audience for which the material was designed or to which it was directed;
II. What the predominant appeal of the material would be for ordinary adults or any special audience to which it was directed;
III. The degree of public acceptance of the material in this state;
IV. Appeal to prurient interest, or absence thereof, in advertising or other promotion of the material; and
V. The good repute of the author, creator, publisher or other person from whom the material originated;
VI. Expert testimony and testimony of the author, creator, publisher or other person from whom the material originated, relating to factors entering into determination of the issue of obscenity.

Source. 1971, 518:1. 1976, 46:5, eff. June 1, 1976.

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