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Hawaii Revised Statutes Division 5. Crimes and Criminal Proceedings § 707-757. Electronic enticement of a child in the second degree

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(1)?Any person who, using a computer or any other electronic device:

(a)?Intentionally or knowingly communicates:

(i)?With a minor known by the person to be under the age of eighteen years;

(ii)?With another person, in reckless disregard of the risk that the other person is under the age of eighteen years, and the other person is under the age of eighteen years; or

(iii)?With another person who represents that person to be under the age of eighteen years;

(b)?With the intent to promote or facilitate the commission of a felony, agrees to meet with the minor, or with another person who represents that person to be a minor under the age of eighteen years; and

(c)?Intentionally or knowingly travels to the agreed upon meeting place at the agreed upon meeting time;

is guilty of electronic enticement of a child in the second degree.

(2)?Electronic enticement of a child in the second degree is a class C felony. Notwithstanding any law to the contrary, if a person sentenced under this section is sentenced to probation rather than an indeterminate term of imprisonment, the terms and conditions of probation shall include, but not be limited to, a term of imprisonment of one year.

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