Find an Indecent Exposure Defense Attorney in Texas
Facing an indecent exposure charge has the potential to change your life. If you are convicted of this crime, you can face fines and jail time, and if you have been convicted twice, you may have to register as a sex offender. Your conviction for indecent exposure will show up on any background checks as well.
You may feel anxiety at the thought of others learning about this charge. It’s embarrassing, and you want to protect your family and your reputation. You need a lawyer who is sensitive to these issues, who will not judge you, and who has experience dealing with charges of this nature.
If you are looking for representation in the Georgetown or San Marcos area, come to Morales & Sparks, P.L.L.C. Our lawyers have dealt with indecent exposure cases before, and they know how to look out for your needs. We work to develop a defense strategy you can understand. We believe the only way to get the outcome you desire is to win your trust, and so we are straightforward and honest with you through the entire process. We provide the support you need during a difficult time.
You may have some questions about your case and what type of penalties you could face. Here’s information you may want to know about indecent exposure charges in Texas.
What Is Indecent Exposure?
This misdemeanor offense consists of:
- Exposing your genitals or anus to someone else in hopes of arousing or gratifying them
- Doing this recklessly, disregarding who is nearby and who may see
The other person or persons who witness the exposure do not necessarily have to object to it. You could be convicted of indecent exposure even if the person near you is a willing participant.
What Are the Penalties for Indecent Exposure?
For a first offense, you face up to a $2,000 fine and a maximum of 180 days in jail. You face higher fines and more jail time for a second offense, plus you must register with the Texas sex offender database.
How Can an Attorney Help Fight Indecent Exposure Charges?
An experienced defense lawyer understands there are many ways to poke holes in an indecent exposure charge. Without evidence, it can be difficult to prove the exposure actually took place. Also, an attorney can argue the defendant meant the action as a prank, such as mooning someone or relieving yourself in an alleyway in lieu of a public restroom. There’s no sexual motivation behind those acts, and so they should not be considered indecent exposure.
Contact Our Georgetown Indecent Exposure Lawyers to Discuss Your Case Today
You probably have many more questions regarding the particulars of your case. We encourage you to reach out and set up a consultation where we can learn about the circumstances of your arrest and hear your side of the story. We understand you are going through a difficult time, and we want to help you get a fair trial or plea bargain. Contact us today to get started.Honest Client Reviews Contact Us Today