The crime of indecent exposure involves the deliberate exposure of one's private body parts in public. The penalties for this crime are severe, especially if you have previously been convicted of a sex crime.
If you have been charged with indecent exposure, it is important to contact a sex crimes defense lawyer as soon as possible.
Our law firm represents local and out-of-state clients who have been charged with a sex crime during Bike Week, First Weeks, spring break, or golf vacations.
The penalties for an indecent exposure conviction can be surprisingly strict, especially if this is a second or subsequent sex crime conviction. You may face fines and jail or prison time. Depending on the specifics of the crime, lifetime registration on the sex offender registry may be required.
Don't be fooled into thinking that indecent exposure is a “minor” sex offense. Take immediate action by contacting a criminal defense attorney today.
To find out how we can help you expand your legal options after being charged with indecent exposure, contact our law firm to schedule a free consultation.