Define Statutory Sexual Seduction

1. Define Statutory Sexual Seduction:
According to NRS 200.364 Statutory sexual seduction is when a person 18 years of age or older commits ordinary sexual intercourse, anal intercourse, cunnilingus, fellatio, intent of arousing, appealing to or gratify the lust or passions or sexual desires of either of the person with a person 18 years or older.
2. What is the penalty for a person who commits sexual assault for a child under the age of 14, where no substantial bodily harm results? Where the person has been previously convicted of a sexual assault?
According to NRS 200.366 subsection 4 a person commits a sexual assault against a child under the age of 16 years, where no substantial bodily harm results, and previously convicted of sexual assault is guilty of category A felony and shall be punished by imprisonment in the state prison for life
3. What is the Adam Walsh Child Protection and Safety Act of 2006? Has it been fully implemented in Nevada? Why or why not?
In WhiteHouse.gov Adam Walsh Child Protection and Safety Act 2006 (AWCPSA) is a federal statute, which was signed on July 27, 2006 by George W. Bush. AWCPSA organizes sex offenders into a three-tier system. AWCPSA enforces sex offenders to register into sex offender registry, update their current whereabouts, and instructs each state and territory to apply identical criteria for posting offender data on the Internet.
According to Las Vegas Review Journal article “Bill would repeal Adam Walsh sex-offender act in Nevada” Nevada was one of the first states to implement the Adam Walsh Act, but recently Nevada introduced Senate Bill 99 in February to repel the state’s version of the federal Adam Walsh Act for the rethinking of juvenile sex-offnders.
4. What category of crime is it if an offender maliciously engages in a course of conduct that would cause a reasonable person to feel terrorized, frightened or intimidated? What if that course of conduct threatens a person to the point of the victim feeling reasonably in fear of death?
The category of crime for an offender maliciously engage in a course of conduct that would cause a reasonable person to feel terrorized, frightened or intimidated is “Stalking” under NRS 200.575, which will be guilty of misdemeanor and subsequent offenses result I gross misdemeanor. In NRS 200.575 subsection 2 commits the crime aggravated stalking, which will be guilty of a category B felony

5. Where, generally, can the crime of harassment occur? (hint, it can occur in either of two places under the statute)
According to NRS 200.581 the crime of harassment can occur where the conduct occurred or where the person who was affected by the conduct was located at the time that the conduct occurred.
6. What is the penalty for one who distributes a dvd showing a minor engaging in a sex act?
Indicated in NRS 200.725 the penalty for one who distributes a dvd showing a minor engaging in a sex act is guilty category B felony and shall be punished by imprisonment in the state prison for a minimum term of not less than 1 year and a maximum term of not more than 15 years, or by a fine of not more than $15,000, or by both fine and imprisonment.
7. Can a prosecutor legally possess the dvd showing a minor engaging in a sex act from question #6? Can a criminal defense attorney possess it?
According NRS 200.735 law enforcement has an exemption in legally possessing a dvd showing a minor engaging in a sex act during the investigation or prosecution. A criminal defense attorney cannot possess the dvd.

8. What is "sexting?" Is it a criminal act in Nevada if it is done by an 11 year old person?
Sexting is the distribution of sexual content from one person to another with an electronic communication device. According to NRS 200.737 the a 11 year old person will be a child in need of supervision and not considered a delinquent and isn’t considered a sex offender.
9. Is spousal rape a crime in Nevada? Why is it defined separately in the Nevada statute, and not simply assumed to be part of the sexual assault definitions?
Spousal rape is a crime in Nevada. The reason spousal rape is defined separately from sexual assault is because NRS 200.364 defines sexual assault is committed by everything, but ones spouse.
10. Under, NRS 200.740 must