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PostSubject: Legalities   Legalities EmptySat May 15, 2010 7:49 am

As of May 2006, there is no federal legislation specifically barring sex with a corpse. Multiple states have their own laws:

* Alabama - Class C felony
* Alaska - Class A misdemeanor
* Arkansas - Class D felony
* Arizona - Class 4 felony
* California - Felony, up to eight years in prison
* Colorado - Class 2 misdemeanor
* Connecticut - Class A misdemeanor
* Delaware - Class A misdemeanor
* Florida - Second degree felony
* Georgia - Felony, up to 10 years in prison
* Hawaii - Misdemeanor
* Iowa - Class D felony
* Minnesota and Nevada also have laws prohibiting necrophilia
* Nevada - Class A felony with a maximum penalty of life in prison with the possibility of parole
* Ohio - Second degree misdemeanor, fifth degree felony
* Oregon - Felony for "Abuse of Corpse"
* Pennsylvania - Second degree misdemeanor
* Texas - Class A misdemeanor
* Washington - Class C felony for "Sexually violating human remains"
* Wisconsin - Class G felony
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