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WPIC 43.01 Voyeurism—First Degree—Definition

11 WAPRAC WPIC 43.01Washington Practice Series TMWashington Pattern Jury Instructions--Criminal

11 Wash. Prac., Pattern Jury Instr. Crim. WPIC 43.01 (5th Ed)
Washington Practice Series TM
Washington Pattern Jury Instructions--Criminal
January 2024 Update
Washington State Supreme Court Committee on Jury Instructions
Part VII. Sex Crimes
WPIC CHAPTER 43. Voyeurism
WPIC 43.01 Voyeurism—First Degree—Definition
A person commits the crime of voyeurism in the first degree when, for the purposes of arousing or gratifying the sexual desire of any person, the person knowingly [views] [or] [photographs] [or] [films]
[a second person without the second person's knowledge and consent, and while the second person is being [viewed] [or] [photographed] [or] [filmed], the second person is in a place where he or she would have a reasonable expectation of privacy] [or]
[the intimate areas of a second person without the second person's knowledge and consent and under circumstances where the second person had a reasonable expectation of privacy [, whether in a public or private place]].
Use this instruction if it will help the jury understand the charged offense or if it is necessary to define this particular offense to the jury. See the Comment to WPIC 4.24 (Definition of the Crime—Form).
Use bracketed material as applicable. For directions on the various ways to use the bracketed phrases, see WPIC 4.20 (Introduction).
Use WPIC 43.06 (View—Definition), WPIC 43.03 (Film—Definition), WPIC 43.05 (Surveillance—Definition), and WPIC 43.04 (Place of Reasonable Expectation of Privacy—Definition), as applicable with this instruction.
RCW 9A.44.115(2). See the Comment to WPIC 43.02 (Voyeurism—First Degree—Elements).
This instruction has been revised for this edition to address only voyeurism in the first degree.
[Current as of December 2019.]
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