An Indecent Exposure Conviction Can Be Permanent

The crime of indecent exposure involves intentionally exposing one's genitals in a public place (or in a place where other people are present) and under circumstances in which such conduct is expected to cause offense or alarm. An individual could be charged with indecent exposure for flashing, nude sunbathing, changing clothes in public or even urinating in public.

The law office of Theodore H. Swan, Jr., Attorney at Law, defends individuals who have been charged with indecent exposure. If you are looking for help, please contact my law office online today.

Your Permanent Record Can Affect Your Career And Where You Live

If the individual committing the offense knows that any of the individuals present are under the age of 16, he or she may be charged with a misdemeanor of the first degree. Penalties include a maximum of one to two years in prison. If the individuals present are over the age of 16, indecent exposure is considered a misdemeanor of the second degree. Penalties include a maximum of two and a half to five years in prison.

A conviction for indecent exposure will show up on your permanent record, potentially affecting everything from employment to where you live. Additionally, you may be required to register as a sex offender for life if convicted of indecent exposure or public indecency.

As a lawyer with more than 40 years of experience in criminal law, I understand how to approach indecent exposure cases. I will analyze the charges against you and work toward the best possible resolution of your case.

I Can Defend You Against These Charges

If you have been charged with indecent exposure or public urination charges, contact me for a free initial consultation. I will use my experience to defend your rights and freedom.