Indecent Exposure

McClintock Law – (719) 520-3968

Criminal Defense of Indecent Exposure

You can be charged with indecent exposure for engaging in behavior of a sexual nature that would cause affront or alarm to others.

At McClintock & McClintock P.C., our sex crimes defense lawyer represents clients who have been charged with indecent exposure in a wide range of circumstances, including:

Public masturbation
Flashing
Teenagers having sex in a car
Urinating in public
“Mooning” a person in public
We defended a client who was observed masturbating in his own home, but forgot to close the curtains. His neighbors videotaped his actions, zooming in to catch the important details. They took the tape to the police and had our client arrested for indecent exposure.

We thought the neighbors should have been arrested for unlawful sexual viewing.

Was Anyone Shocked or Alarmed?
We have won cases for clients who were arrested for indecent exposure in adult theaters, where many patrons were masturbating, by proving that, in that environment, no one suffered shock or affront.

In cases of indecent exposure, the punishment does not fit the crime. If you have been convicted of two prior offenses, indecent exposure becomes a class 6 felony.

If you have been charged with indecent exposure, do not just plead guilty and hope it all goes away. Contact the sex crimes defense attorneys at McClintock & McClintock P.C. for experienced and effective legal representation. The initial consultation is always free of charge.