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S 245.00 Public lewdness.
  A person is guilty of public lewdness when he intentionally exposes
the private or intimate parts of his body in a lewd manner or commits
any other lewd act (a) in a public place, or (b) in private premises
under circumstances in which he may readily be observed from either a
public place or from other private premises, and with intent that he be
so observed.
  Public lewdness is a class B misdemeanor.

S 245.03 Public lewdness in the first degree.
    A person is guilty of public lewdness in the first degree when:
    1.  being  nineteen years of age or older and intending to be observed
  by a person less than sixteen years of  age  in  a  place  described  in
  subdivision  (a)  or  (b)  of  section 245.00 of this article, he or she
  intentionally exposes the private or intimate parts of his or  her  body
  in  a lewd manner for the purpose of alarming or seriously annoying such
  person, and he or she is thereby observed by such person in such  place;
  or
    2.  he  or  she  commits  the  crime of public lewdness, as defined in
  section 245.00 of this article, and within the preceding year  has  been
  convicted of an offense defined in such section 245.00 or this section.
    Public lewdness in the first degree is a class A misdemeanor.
    * NB Effective November 1, 2014


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