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  573.024.  Enabling sexual exploitation of a minor, offense of — penalty. — 1.  A person commits the offense of enabling sexual exploitation of a minor if such person acting with criminal negligence permits or allows any violation of section 566.210, 566.211, 573.020, 573.023, 573.025, 573.030, 573.035, 573.200, or 573.205.

  2.  The offense of enabling sexual exploitation of a minor is a class E felony for the first offense and a class C felony for a second or subsequent offense.

  3.  If the person guilty of the offense of enabling sexual exploitation of a minor is an owner of a business or the owner's agent and the business provided the location or locations for such exploitation, the business location or locations shall be required to close for up to one year for the first offense, and the length of time shall be determined by the court.  For a second offense, such business location or locations shall permanently close.  As used in this section, "business" shall include, but is not limited to, a hotel or massage parlor and "owner's agent" shall include any person empowered to manage the owner's business location or locations.


(L. 2022 S.B. 775, et al.)

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