Virginia Beach Indecent Exposure Attorney
Arrested for a Sex Crime in Virginia?
Virginia laws state define indecent exposure as another person who exposes their private body parts in a publicly or where others might see act. At The Law Offices of Daniel J Miller, our Virginia Beach sex crime lawyer is prepared to defend you from indecent exposure charges, especially if you believe you were falsely accused. We have been at the helm on a wide range of criminal cases. We know what it takes to overcome the challenges ahead.
Call us now at (757) 517-2942 and schedule a free case consultation.
Penalties for Indecent Exposure
Indecent exposure is considered a misdemeanor, according to Virginia laws. By its definition, it might involve exposing one’s genital areas and making them publicly available to view. Other actions that are considered indecent exposure include masturbation, exhibitionism, and having sexual intercourse where others can see.
If charged with indecent exposure, one could face these possible penalties:
- Up to 12 months imprisonment
- $2, 500 fine
- Mandatory registry as a sex offender
Additionally, if the individual was found exposing his or herself to a minor under the age of 15, this is considered a felony. The fines significantly increase and one faces possible incarceration for as much as 10 years. If you have been arrested, then you know how important critical it is that you find legal representation. By having an experienced Virginia Beach criminal attorney working alongside you, you can have a strong defense in court.
Contact the Law Offices of Daniel J. Miller
Because the laws concerning indecent exposure and sex crimes can be complex, let Attorney Daniel J. Miller help you. This is a case you should not try to handle on your own, especially when your rights, your freedom, and your reputation is on the line. We urge you to contact our Virginia Beach criminal defense lawyer.
Time is of the essence when it comes to fighting sex crime charges, so do not wait—schedule a free case review today!
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