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Child was ‘nonconsenting’ under filming statute (access required)

Although the trial court erred by ruling that the minor child’s age, in and of itself, made her incapable of consenting to appellant’s video recording of her while she undressed, the error was harmless because there was ample other evidence to establish that the 8-year-old victim was a “nonconsenting person” within the meaning of the ...