Displaying Matter Harmful to Juveniles charges occur when a person who has custody, control, or supervision of a commercial establishment, with knowledge of the character or content of the material involved, displays at the establishment any material that is harmful to juveniles and that is open to view by juveniles as part of the invited general public.
This is a first degree misdemeanor and, as such, the penalty is up to six months in jail and a $1,000 fine.
The potential major problem with this charge is each day is considered to be one count so if the matter is displayed for a month you will be charged with 30 counts.
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