Sarah Nilsson JD, PhD, MAS
Sarah NilssonJD, PhD, MAS



§ 61-11-1. Operation of aircraft in careless manner, while under influence of intoxicating liquor, etc.; hunting or spotting game for purpose of hunting from aircraft.



Drones in the news

Sept 2020 - Contraband-laden drone snags in Mississippi prison net; 2 arrested



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HB 347

The Governor of Mississippi signed Senate Bill (SB) 2022 into Public Law, Chapter 489 that went into effect on July 1, 2015. Chapter 489 is an act to amend Section 97-29-61, Mississippi Code of 1972, to prohibit “peeping tom” activities that do not amount to felonious trespass; to amend section 97-29-63, Mississippi Code of 1972, to prohibit surreptitious photography of a person’s body or underclothing under circumstances in which a person would reasonably expect to not be the subject of such photography; and for related purposes. 

SB 2022 specifies that using a drone to commit 'peeping tom' activities is a felony.

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