Ill. Supreme Court: Sex With 17-Year-Old Was Legal, Pictures Were NotCBS Chicago
Jun. 24, 2012
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In a case that highlights one of the unusual incongruities of state laws, the Illinois Supreme Court ruled Thursday that a downstate man didn't commit a crime when he had sex with his 17-year-old girlfriend, but he did break the law when he took pictures of them in the act.
Marshall Hollins was arrested in downstate Freeport in March 2009, and charged with three counts of child pornography after photographing himself having sex with his 17-year-old girlfriend, but he was not charged with statutory rape, since the age of consent for sex in Illinois is 17. But, in Illinois, it is illegal to photograph anyone under the age of 18 engaged in a sexual act.