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Indecent Acts & Indecent Exposure – MCM 45b(11)
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An Indecent Act is a “form of immorality relating to sexual purity which is grossly vulgar, obscene, and repugnant to common propriety and tends to excite sexual desire or deprave morals with respect to sexual relations. MCM 45a(t)(11).
It is further defined as observing or making any visual material (such as a videotape) without the victim’s consent and contrary to their reasonable expectations of privacy where the depiction is of the victim’s intimate body parts of the victim while the victim is engaged in a sexual act, sodomy or sexual contact.
Indecent Exposure MCM 45b(14)
Indecent exposure consists of the accused
- exposing his or her genitalia, anus, buttocks or female breast
- and the exposure was in an indecent manner
- and it occurred where people other than family were likely to see it
- and the exposure was intentional
This is thus a specific intent crime. “Indecent manner” is not separately defined; the closest parallel is the definition of “indecent act.”
Military sex crimes include:
- Aggravated Sexual Contact
- Sexual Assault
- Abusive Sexual Contact
- Forcible Pandering
- Indecent Act
- Deposit of Obscene Matters – Article 120a, UCMJ
- Rape of a Child under Article 120b
- Sexual Abuse of a Child under Article 120b UCMJ
- Sexual Assault of a Child
- Indecent Viewing, Indecent Recording, or Broadcasting/Distribution of an
- Indecent Recording
- Indecent Exposure
- Child Pornography Offenses
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Indecent Acts & Indecent Exposure, Penalties, & Legal Defenses
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Indecent Acts & Indecent Exposure – Sexual Behavior in the Military
Military laws include numerous sex-related crimes. Military laws try to capture every possible human activity related to sexual misbehavior and deviance. However, military sex crimes can be divided into subcategories such as rape, sexual assault, abusive sexual contact, child sex crimes, indecent exposure, and child pornography offenses.
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