2011 New Mexico Statutes
Chapter 30: Criminal Offenses
Article 9: Sexual Offenses, 30-9-1 through 30-9-20
- Section 30-9-1: Enticement of child.
- Section 30-9-2: Prostitution.
- Section 30-9-3: Patronizing prostitutes.
- Section 30-9-4: Promoting prostitution.
- Section 30-9-4.1: Accepting earnings of a prostitute.
- Section 30-9-5: Order for medical examination and treatment.
- Section 30-9-6: Testimony of witnesses to prostitution and lewdness.
- Section 30-9-7: Evidence.
- Section 30-9-8: House of prostitution; public nuisance.
- Section 30-9-9: Remedy of lessor.
- Section 30-9-10: Definitions.
- Section 30-9-11: Criminal sexual penetration.
- Section 30-9-12: Criminal sexual contact.
- Section 30-9-13: Criminal sexual contact of a minor.
- Section 30-9-14: Indecent exposure.
- Section 30-9-14.1: Indecent dancing.
- Section 30-9-14.2: Indecent waitering.
- Section 30-9-14.3: Aggravated indecent exposure.
- Section 30-9-15: Corroboration.
- Section 30-9-16: Testimony; limitations; in camera hearing.
- Section 30-9-17: Videotaped depositions of alleged victims who are under sixteen years of age; procedure; use in lieu of direct testimony.
- Section 30-9-17.1: Victims; polygraph examinations; prohibited actions.
- Section 30-9-18: Alleged victims who are under thirteen years of age; psychological evaluation.
- Section 30-9-19: Sexual assault; submission of DNA samples by law enforcement and laboratories.
- Section 30-9-20: Voyeurism prohibited; penalties.
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