Lawmakers approve bill that would increase penalties for acts of public lewdness

The bill creates a new charge of first-degree public lewdness if someone who is 19 years or older intentionally exposes intimate body parts in a lewd manner in front of anyone under the age of 16. (6/13/14)

YONKERS - State lawmakers have voted to increase penalties for people who commit acts of public lewdness in front of minors.

The bill creates a new charge of first-degree public lewdness if someone who is 19 years or older intentionally exposes intimate body parts in a lewd manner in front of anyone under the age of 16.

The lewdness bill will go to Gov. Cuomo and could take effect by Nov. 1.

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