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Legal Information: Colorado
Updated: January 16, 2020
§ 18-7-406. Patronizing a prostituted child
(1) Any person who performs any of the following with a child not his spouse commits patronizing a prostituted child:
(a) Engages in an act which is prostitution of a child or by a child, as defined in section 18-7-401(6) or (7); or
(b) Enters or remains in a place of prostitution with intent to engage in an act which is prostitution of a child or by a child, as defined in section 18-7-401(6) or (7).
(2) Patronizing a prostituted child is a class 3 felony.
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