Washington state law

What is Voyeurism in Washington State?

“Voyeurism” is big word that means viewing, photographing, or filming another person for sexual gratification, under circumstance where that person has a reasonable expectation of privacy, and without their consent. This could include peering...
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Grooming: Fact or Fiction?

By Alexei Garick Recently the Court of Appeals reversed a Washington man’s convictions, finding that a prosecutor committed misconduct by arguing facts not in evidence about the phenomenon known as “sexual grooming.” In our...
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