New York’s Peeping Tom Law

New York is now considering the latest expansion of criminal law with vaguely worded laws. Council member Vallone wants to arrest people who are “observed repeatedly positioning himself to view another person’s “intimate parts” that otherwise would not be visible to the public.” This was triggered by a man who was viewed at one of Vallone’s stops as looking up the dresses of women by standing beneath stairs. Of course, rather than write a law that seems on its face void for vagueness, New York could cover such stairs from below to avoid both intentional and inadvertent viewings.

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