TheCatt wrote:The bill does not allow for that discretion for victims who are 10 or 8 years old. It's for teens who are 15 to 17 only. So 15-25 is covered (sketchy), but also 15-18 (Reasonable)
SB 145 appears to allow adults to victimize minors by luring them with the intent to have sex, and then shields the predator from being automatically registered as a sex offender, as in the case of a 25 year old luring a 15 year old for sex, or a 22 year old luring a 12 year old.
They keep using 15 year olds in their examples, but that doesn't appear to be the lower end of the bill.