Luring Law and Legal Definition
“Luring” is defined as “[f]urnish[ing] to, or us[ing] with, a minor" a "visual representation or explicit verbal description or narrative account of sexual conduct" for the purpose of "[a]rousing or satisfying the sexual desires of the person or the minor" or "[i]nducing the minor to engage in sexual conduct." Luring is a Class C felony. Statute exempts the furnishing or use of "a representation, description or account of sexual conduct that forms merely an incidental part of an otherwise non-offending whole and serves some purpose other than titillation." [Powell's Books, Inc. v. Kroger, 2010 U.S. App. LEXIS 19520 (9th Cir. Or. Sept. 20, 2010)].