Wyoming Title 6 – Crimes and Offenses  

Wyoming Title 6, by the Wyoming State Legislature, outlines the state statues regarding Crimes and Offenses. This riveting legal document will have you glued to your device, and you read page by page, each and every chapter and sub-article. You can’t afford not to to know the state of Wyoming’s statues regarding Obscenity. The law may surprise you!

Wyoming Title 6, by the Wyoming State Legislature, outlines the state statues regarding Crimes and Offenses. This riveting legal document will have you glued to your device, and you read page by page, each and every chapter and sub-article. You can’t afford not to to know the state of Wyoming’s statues regarding Obscenity. The law may surprise you!

Wyoming Title 6, by the Wyoming State Legislature, outlines the state statues regarding Crimes and Offenses. This riveting legal document will have you glued to your device, and you read page by page, each and every chapter and sub-article. You can’t afford not to to know the state of Wyoming’s statues regarding Obscenity. The law may surprise you!

Excerpt

6-4-301. Definitions.

(a) As used in this article:

(i) “Disseminate” means to sell, distribute, deliver, provide, exhibit or otherwise make available to another;

(ii) “Material” includes any form of human expression or communication intended for, or capable of, visual, auditory or sensory perception;

(iii) “Obscene” is material which the average person would find:

(A) Applying contemporary community standards, taken as a whole, appeals to the prurient interest;

(B) Applying contemporary community standards, depicts or describes sexual conduct in a patently offensive way; and

(C) Taken as a whole, lacks serious literary, artistic, political or scientific value.

(iv) “Produce or reproduce” means to bring into being regardless of the process or means employed. Undeveloped photographs, films, molds, casts, printing plates and like articles may be obscene notwithstanding that further processing or other acts are necessary to make the obscenity patent or to disseminate or exhibit the obscene material;

(v) “Sexual conduct” means:

(A) Patently offensive representations or descriptions of ultimate sexual acts, normal or perverted, actual or simulated;

(B) Sado-masochistic abuse; or

(C) Patently offensive representations or descriptions of masturbation, excretory functions or lewd exhibitions of the genitals.