7.48.090  <<  7.48.100 >>   7.48.110

Moral nuisanceImmunity of certain motion picture theatre employees.

The provisions of any criminal statutes with respect to the exhibition of, or the possession with the intent to exhibit, any obscene film shall not apply to a motion picture projectionist, usher, or ticket taker acting within the scope of his or her employment, if such projectionist, usher, or ticket taker (1) has no financial interest in the place wherein he or she is so employed, other than his or her salary, and (2) freely and willingly gives testimony regarding such employment in any judicial proceedings brought under RCW 7.48.050 through 7.48.100 as now or hereafter amended, including pretrial discovery proceedings incident thereto, when and if such is requested, and upon being granted immunity by the trial judge sitting in such matters.
[ 2011 c 336 § 216; 1979 c 1 § 19 (Initiative Measure No. 335, approved November 8, 1977); 1927 c 94 § 2; 1913 c 127 § 6; RRS § 946-6.]


Reviser's note: As to the constitutionality of this section, see note following RCW 7.48.052.
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