Full Statute Name:  West's Tennessee Code Annotated. Title 70. Wildlife Resources. Chapter 4. Miscellaneous Regulations. Part 5. Computer-Assisted Hunting from Remote Locations

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Primary Citation:  T. C. A. § 70-4-501 - 504 Country of Origin:  United States Last Checked:  October, 2014 Alternate Citation:  TN ST § 70-4-501 - 504 Date Adopted:  2005
Summary:

This set of Tennessee laws prohibits computer-assisted remote hunting or providing or operating facilities for computer-assisted remote hunting if the wildlife being hunted is located in this state. Computer-assisted remote hunting is defined as "the use of a computer or any other device, equipment or software, to control remotely the aiming and discharge of a rifle, shotgun, handgun, bow and arrow, cross-bow or any other implement to hunt wildlife."

Statute Text: 


§ 70-4-501. Definition

“Computer-assisted remote hunting” means the use of a computer or any other device, equipment or software, to control remotely the aiming and discharge of a rifle, shotgun, handgun, bow and arrow, cross-bow or any other implement to hunt wildlife.

CREDIT(S)

2005 Pub.Acts, c. 96, § 1, eff. April 22, 2005.

 

§ 70-4-502. Prohibition against computer-assisted remote hunting

A person may not engage in computer-assisted remote hunting or provide or operate facilities for computer-assisted remote hunting if the wildlife being hunted is located in this state.

CREDIT(S)

2005 Pub.Acts, c. 96, § 1, eff. April 22, 2005.

 

§ 70-4-503. Exceptions

It is an exception to the application of this part that a person provides only:

(1) General purpose equipment, including a computer, camera, and building materials;

(2) General purpose computer software, including an operating system and communication programs; or

(3) General telecommunications hardware or networking services for computers, including adapters, modems, servers, routers, and other facilities associated with Internet access.

CREDIT(S)

2005 Pub.Acts, c. 96, § 1, eff. April 22, 2005.

 

§ 70-4-504. Violations

Any person violating the provisions of this part commits a Class A misdemeanor.

CREDIT(S)

2005 Pub.Acts, c. 96, § 1, eff. April 22, 2005.


 

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