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Legal Information: Missouri
Updated: September 25, 2021
573.205. Promoting sexual performance by a child--penalties
1. A person commits the offense of promoting a sexual performance by a child if, knowing the character and content thereof, the person promotes a performance which includes sexual conduct by a child less than eighteen years of age or produces, or directs any performance which includes sexual conduct by a child less than eighteen years of age.
2. The offense of promoting a sexual performance by a child is a class C felony.
3. The court shall not grant a suspended imposition of sentence or a suspended execution of sentence to a person who has previously been found guilty of an offense under this section.
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