609.025 JURISDICTION OF STATE.
A person may be convicted and sentenced under the law of this state if the person:
(1) commits an offense in whole or in part within this state; or
(2) being without the state, causes, aids or abets another to commit a crime within the state; or
(3) being without the state, intentionally causes a result within the state prohibited by the
criminal laws of this state.
It is not a defense that the defendant's conduct is also a criminal offense under the laws of
another state or of the United States or of another country.
History: 1963 c 753 art 1 s 609.025; Ex1971 c 27 s 44; 1986 c 444