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Union Leader June 17, 2021
All seven state laws governing child pornography, illegal sexual contact and similar crimes upon conviction are at least criminal misdemeanors that mean up to a year in jail, and most of them are felonies carrying even longer prison terms. If House and Senate negotiators had gone forward with that change, the Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence would have urged Gov. Chris Sununu to veto it, according to Amanda Grady Sexton, the group’s director of public affairs.
“If it were to pass, a 65-year-old man who sends a nude picture of himself to an 11-year-old child could be charged with a violation level offense which, of course, is not a crime in New Hampshire,” Sexton said.