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Legal Information: Alabama
Updated: September 19, 2018
Section 13A-11-32.1. Aggravated criminal surveillance
(a) A person commits the crime of aggravated criminal surveillance if he or she intentionally engages in surveillance of an individual in any place where the individual being observed has a reasonable expectation of privacy, without the prior express or implied consent of the individual being observed, for the purpose of sexual gratification.
(b) Aggravated criminal surveillance is a Class A misdemeanor, except if a person has a prior conviction or adjudication under this section the offense is a Class C felony.
(c) For purposes of determining prior conviction or adjudication under this section, convictions in municipal court shall be included.
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