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§ 2422(b), which provides that anyone who, “using the mail or any facility or means of interstate or foreign commerce, or within the special maritime and territorial jurisdiction of the United States[,] knowingly persuades, induces, entices, or coerces any individual who has not attained the age of 18 years, to engage in prostitution or any sexual activity for which any person can be charged with a criminal offense, or attempts to do so, shall be fined under this title and imprisoned not less than 10 years or for life.” He was convicted by a jury and sentenced to the statutory minimum of 10 years in prison. Masturbation is also a “sexual act” in that sense, but not in the statutory sense. That's not to say there isn't a strong argument to be made that webcams and other similar technologies put two people in the constructive presence of one another.

Dwinells, 508 F.3d 63, 72 (1st Cir.2007); United States v. No matter; the defendant does not question that “criminal offense” in section 2422(b) includes state crimes. In none was the question that this appeal presents raised. Root, 296 F.3d 1222, 1235–36 (11th Cir.2002), and United States v. Since a webcam did not place him in the presence of “elliegirl1234,” Taylor could not have been convicted of that offense. So, under that reading, a salacious letter that directed the minor to masturbate would be a crime.

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Mannava, 565 F.3d 412, 414–15 (7th Cir.2009); United States v. Congress cannot know in advance what conduct the state will decide to make criminal: if Indiana made leering a crime, and “sexual activity” were defined as broadly as the U. Attorney asks us to define it in this case, a minor offense would subject the offender to a 10–year minimum prison sentence. Last the government cites cases in which courts have referred to masturbation as a form of sexual activity. 424 (10th Cir.2005), involved facts similar to those of this case, but again masturbation was merely assumed to be sexual activity within the meaning of section 2422(b). “[T]he tie must go to the defendant.” United States v. In sum, for Taylor to be convicted of fondling under § 35–42–4–5, the government had to prove that he was in the presence of a child. The first way would proscribe any solicitation of a child to fondle herself, even if it is at a location and time apart from the adult.

The defendant does not contend in this appeal that the conduct that he was accused of engaging in did not violate the Indiana statutes. Elsewhere in the vast body of federal statutory law we find scattered references to “sexual conduct,” “sexual act,” and “sexual activity” or “sexual activities,” but the terms seem to be regarded as synonymous, as in 42 U. One might think that “sexual activity” connoted a series of acts rather than a single act: for example, being a sexual predator rather than committing a single act of sexual predation, or being a prostitute. If “sexual activity” is no broader than “sexual act,” it doesn't include solitary sex acts either. § 2256(2)(A)) that criminalizes films and videos of children masturbating. It was also during this typed conversation that “elliegirl1234” twice asked whether she and Taylor would meet, and twice Taylor told her that they could not—in his words, their relationship would remain a “fantasy.”Here, Taylor did not want to meet and have sex with “elliegirl1234,” nor did he seek to meet “elliegirl1234” so he could fondle her. As a matter of statutory construction, when we have terms that are open to competing definitions, we usually define them in reference to the terms they appear with.

He contends rather that such conduct is not “sexual activity” within the meaning of the federal statute, and therefore that his conviction—which was solely for violating federal law—should be quashed. But that is not argued (it would make the express reference to prostitution in the statute redundant, though many statutes are littered with redundancies), and anyway there is a separate provision for enhanced punishment of sex-crime recidivists. Congress elsewhere has defined “sexually explicit conduct” to include masturbation, but that's in a statute (18 U. (Maybe the defendant in this case could have been charged with attempting to produce child pornography because he asked the supposed minor to masturbate for him on her webcam. The only fondling that Taylor solicited was for “elliegirl1234” to touch herself, apart from him. As the Supreme Court has cautioned, the rule that “a word is known by the company it keeps, while not an inescapable rule, is often wisely applied where a word is capable of many meanings to avoid the giving of unintended breadth of the [legislature].” National Muffler Dealers Ass'n, Inc.

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Code § 35–42–4–5(c)(3) (“fondling in the presence of a minor” is the name of this crime), and “knowingly or intentionally solicit[ing] a child under fourteen (14) years of age [or believed to be so] ․ to engage in ․ any fondling or touching intended to arouse or satisfy the sexual desires of either the child or the older person.” § 35–42–4–6(b)(3) (“child solicitation”). We find nothing in the 1998 amendment or its discussion by members of Congress to suggest a legislative purpose of subjecting less serious sexual misconduct (misconduct involving no physical contact) to the draconian penalties in subsection (b). § 608(a)(7)(C)(iii)(IV), which defines “battered or subjected to extreme cruelty” to include “being forced as the caretaker relative of a dependent child to engage in nonconsensual sexual acts or activities.” It would be unrealistic to suppose that Congress never uses synonyms—that every word or phrase in a statute has a unique meaning, shared by no other word or phrase elsewhere in the vast federal code. True—but so does “sexual act.” Yet Congress as we know defined “sexual act” as excluding sex acts that do not involve physical contact between two people. While masturbating over the webcam, Taylor also had a conversation with “elliegirl1234” over Instant Messenger, in which he told her to touch and caress her vagina. These legitimate and competing readings render the final element ambiguous. Question: "Masturbation - is it a sin according to the Bible?" Answer: The Bible does not mention masturbation or state whether or not masturbation is a sin.Popular Places: Canada, Vancouver, Edmonton, Calgary, Toronto, United States, New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, Seattle, Australia, Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth, Adelaid, UK, London, Birmingham, New Zealand, Brazil, India, China Meet singles on the web!Online dating has become one of the most effective ways to be introduced to potential matches for dating.