Have you been arrested for indecent exposure? This is a type of sex crime that involves exposing oneself in a public place. Accidental exposure and breastfeeding are typically not considered indecent exposure, but rather willful and intentional exposure. Depending on the case, a defendant may face imprisonment in county jail, fines and probation for a conviction of this kind.

Involving a South Florida criminal defense attorney is a crucial step to take if you have been accused of indecent exposure or any type of criminal offense. Your future and reputation as well as your career may be at risk, and the choices you make now may have a significant impact on your ability to avoid a conviction.

Criminal Charges for “Exposure of Sexual Organs”

Florida Penal Code Section 800.03 “Exposure of sexual organs” defines the criminal offense commonly referred to as indecent exposure. By law a person may face criminal charges for this offense for exposing or exhibiting one’s sexual organs in public or on another’s private property in an offensive or indecent manner. Public nudity is also a form of indecent exposure. This act is classified as a first degree misdemeanor.

Criminal Lawyer for Indecent Exposure in South Florida

Taking action now and undergoing a confidential consultation with a criminal lawyer at our law firm is important if you would like to know more about your legal options and your rights in challenging your indecent exposure charges. We can get involved immediately to negotiate with the prosecuting attorney, challenge evidence brought forth by law enforcement and otherwise seek the most advantageous outcome possible for your case.  Even if formal charges have not yet been filed against you, it’s not too early to work with an attorney.  The earlier we become involved, the better.

With offices in Boca Raton and Fort Lauderdale, Orner Law, LLC represents criminal defendants throughout South Florida.

Contact a South Florida Indecent Exposure Lawyer at our law firm today to see how we can help you.