Have you been arrested for indecent exposure in Birmingham, Columbiana, Montgomery, or anywhere else in Alabama? If the answer is yes, it is important to take your charges seriously and contact a skilled attorney right away.
Although a misdemeanor, indecent exposure is still a serious sex crime that requires aggressive defense from an experienced Alabama sex crime attorney. If you are ultimately convicted of the charges, you could face up to a year in jail, as much as $6,000 in fines, and possibly be ordered to register as a sex offender.
Contact Alabama Criminal Lawyers today at (205) 981-2450 for a free consultation.
In the state of Alabama, indecent exposure is defined as intentionally exposing one’s genitals in a manner that is likely to be offensive or alarming to a member or members of the public. By definition, indecent exposure is committed for the sexual arousal or gratification of the offender or a person other than the offender’s spouse.
This may include masturbating in public, fondling one’s self in public, appearing naked in public, or engaging in sexual acts with another person in public. Acts that do not constitute indecent exposure include breastfeeding in public and working in a strip club or some other type of adult entertainment venue.
If you have been arrested for indecent exposure, please feel free to contact me, attorney Steven Eversole, to learn how I can defend you against your charges. A conviction for indecent exposure will have a negative impact on your life in more ways than one.
Not only could you go to jail and be ordered to pay a large fine, but you may also be required to register as a sex offender. In addition, you may experience repercussions in your personal life-you could get fired from your job, your spouse may leave you, and you could face ostracism from friends and other members of your community.
Do not let your charges escalate into a conviction that will ruin your life. Contact an Alabama indecent exposure attorney today for experienced and dedicated representation.
Call Alabama Criminal Lawyers at (205) 981-2450 for a free consultation.