People v. Uplinger

58 N.Y.2d 936 (1983)

The New York Court of Appeals held unconstitutional the criminal prohibition on loitering “in a public place for the purpose of engaging, or soliciting another person to engage, in deviate sexual intercourse or other sexual behavior of a deviate nature.” The Court viewed this case as a companion to the consensual sodomy statute it had previously struck in Onofre.

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