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Santa Fe, NM – Today, Attorney General Hector Balderas announced that the Supreme Court agreed with the Office of the Attorney General’s interpretation of a 2007 law designed to protect children from obscene electronic communications. The law says that an adult can face felony charges for “sending [a] child obscene images of the person's intimate parts by means of an electronic communication device.” Defendant Robert Tufts was convicted under this law after he recorded nude videos of himself, placed the videos on a cell phone, and gave the phone to a 15-year-old girl, saying there was “a surprise” on the phone for her.

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