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A petition under this article must be verified. Certified copies of all orders sought to be enforced and of any order confirming registration must be attached to the petition. A copy of a certified copy of an order may be attached instead of the ori...
Tagged topics: abduction
A person commits a class “C” felony when, without authority and with the intent to commit sexual abuse or sexual exploitation upon a minor under the age of thirteen, the person entices or attempts to entice a person reasonably believed to be under the...
Tagged topics: enticing a minorminors
In all cases, except those enumerated in section 802.1, 802.2, 802.2A, 802.2B, 802.2C, 802.2D, or 802.10, an indictment or information for a felony or aggravated or serious misdemeanor shall be found within three years after its commission.
Tagged topics: feloniesmisdemeanors
All other kidnappings are kidnappings in the third degree. Kidnapping in the third degree is a class “C” felony. For purposes of determining whether the person should register as a sex offender pursuant to the provisions of chapter 692A, the fact f...
If the respondent is not the prevailing party, the court may assess against the respondent all direct expenses and costs incurred by the prosecutor and law enforcement officers under section 598B.315 or 598B.316 .
Tagged topics: abduction
A person commits burglary in the first degree if, while perpetrating a burglary in or upon an occupied structure in which one or more persons are present, any of the following circumstances apply: The person has possession of an explosive or incendiar...
Tagged topics: sex crimes
It shall be unlawful to employ, use, persuade, induce, entice, coerce, solicit, knowingly permit, or otherwise cause or attempt to cause a minor to engage in a prohibited sexual act or in the simulation of a prohibited sexual act. A person must know, ...
A person having knowledge of the commission by another of a felony indictable in this state who receives any consideration for a promise to conceal such crime, or not to prosecute or aid or give evidence to the prosecution of such crime, compounds tha...
A “forcible felony” is any felonious child endangerment, assault, murder, sexual abuse, kidnapping, robbery, human trafficking, arson in the first degree, or burglary in the first degree. Notwithstanding subsection 1, the following offenses are no...
An office to combat human trafficking is established within the department. The purpose of the office is to oversee and coordinate efforts to combat human trafficking in this state. The commissioner shall appoint a coordinator to staff the office. Add...
Tagged topics: human trafficking