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Importuning. What Is It? And What Are the Penalties for It?
Importuning. What Is It? And What Are the Penalties for It?

Generally speaking, to importune means to urge somebody to do something. In terms of Ohio's sex offense laws, specifically O.R.C. 2907.07 , importuning is defined as soliciting a minor to engage in sexual activity. Anyone who asks, entices, or coerces a person under 17 years ...

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