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"Conviction of similar offenses" includes, but is not limited to, a conviction by a federal or military tribunal, including a court-martial conducted by the Armed Forces of the United States, a conviction for an offense committed on an Indian Reservation or other federal property, a conviction in any state of the United States, the District of Columbia, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, Guam, American Samoa, the Northern Marianna Islands or the United States Virgin Islands, and a conviction in a foreign country if the foreign country's judicial system is such that it satisfies minimum due process set forth in the guidelines under Section 111(5)(B) Public Law 109-248.(b) "Department" means the Mississippi Department of Public Safety unless otherwise specified.(c) "Jurisdiction" means any court or locality including any state court, federal court, military court, Indian tribunal or foreign court, the fifty (50) states, the District of Columbia, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, Guam, American Samoa, the Northern Marianna Islands or the United States Virgin Islands, and Indian tribes that elect to function as registration jurisdictions under Title 1, SORNA Section 127 of the Adam Walsh Child Safety Act.(d) "Permanent residence" means a place where the person abides, lodges, or resides for a period of fourteen (14) or more consecutive days.
Phoebe Robinson has appeared on such TV shows as I Love Dick, Broad City and The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore, and is the author of the New York Times bestselling book You Can’t Touch My Hair (And Other Things I Still Have to Explain). \r\n2 Dope Queens is executive produced by Phoebe Robinson, Jessica Williams, Amy Aniobi, Carrie Byalick, Jon Thoday, Richard Allen Turner, David Martin and Chenoa Estrada; executive producers for A24 include Ravi Nandan and John Hodges.\r\n\r\n2 Dope Queens premieres February 2. \r\n"},"band":"Text"}"The hit comedy podcast 2 Dope Queens, featuring Jessica Williams and Phoebe Robinson, comes to HBO as a series of four themed hour-long specials. (h) "Sex offense" or " offense" means any of the following offenses: (i) Section 97-3-53 relating to kidnapping, if the victim was below the age of eighteen (18); (ii) Section 97-3-65 relating to rape; however, conviction or adjudication under Section 97-3-65(1)(a) when the offender was eighteen (18) years of age or younger at the time of the alleged offense, shall not be a sex offense; (iii) Section 97-3-71 relating to rape and assault with intent to ravish; (iv) Section 97-3-95 relating to sexual battery; however, conviction or adjudication under Section 97-3-95(1)(c) when the offender was eighteen (18) years of age or younger at the time of the alleged offense, shall not be a sex offense; (v) Section 97-5-5 relating to enticing a child for concealment, prostitution or marriage; (vi) Section 97-5-23 relating to the touching of a child, mentally defective or incapacitated person or physically helpless person for lustful purposes; (vii) Section 97-5-27 relating to the dissemination of sexually oriented material to children; (viii) Section 97-5-33 relating to the exploitation of children; (ix) Section 97-5-41 relating to the carnal knowledge of a stepchild, adopted child or child of a cohabiting partner; (x) Section 97-29-3 relating to sexual intercourse between teacher and student; (xi) Section 97-29-59 relating to unnatural intercourse; (xii) Section 43-47-18 relating to sexual abuse of a vulnerable person; (xiii) Section 97-3-54.1(1)(c) relating to procuring sexual servitude of a minor and Section 97-3-54.3 relating to aiding, abetting or conspiring to violate Section 97-3-54.1(1)(c); (xiv) Section 97-29-61(2) relating to voyeurism when the victim is a child under sixteen (16) years of age; (xv) Section 97-29-63 relating to filming another without permission where there is an expectation of privacy; (xvi) Section 97-29-45(1)(a) relating to obscene electronic communication; (xvii) Section 97-3-104 relating to the crime of sexual activity between law enforcement, correctional or custodial personnel and prisoners; (xviii) Section 97-5-39(1)(c) relating to contributing to the neglect or delinquency of a child, felonious abuse or battery of a child, if the victim was sexually abused; (xix) Section 97-1-7 relating to attempt to commit any of the above-referenced offenses; (xx) Any other offense resulting in a conviction in another jurisdiction which, if committed in this state, would be deemed to be such a crime without regard to its designation elsewhere; (xxi) Any offense resulting in a conviction in another jurisdiction for which registration is required in the jurisdiction where the conviction was had; (xxii) Any conviction of conspiracy to commit, accessory to commission, or attempt to commit any offense listed in this section; (xxiii) Capital murder when one (1) of the above-described offenses is the underlying crime.(i) "Temporary residence" is defined as any place where the person abides, lodges, or resides for a period of seven (7) or more consecutive days which is not the person's permanent residence.Biological samples are to be forwarded to the State Crime Laboratory pursuant to Section 45-33-37; the photograph, fingerprints and other registration information are to be forwarded to the Department of Public Safety immediately.(g) "Responsible agency" is defined as the person or government entity whose duty it is to obtain information from a criminal sex offender upon conviction and to transmit that information to the Mississippi Department of Public Safety.