Connecticut's law criminalizes conduct that is likely to impair a child's health or morals and Connecticut General Statutes §53-21(a)(1) does not require proof of actual injury to the health or morals of a child, but prohibits conduct which is likely to do so.
State v. Samms
Connecticut Appellate Court
December 17, 2012
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