Indecent Exposure

Expert Howell Indecent Exposure Criminal Defense Attorney

Intentionally exposing oneself in public may be considered the criminal act of indecent exposure. It is illegal, can be penalized, and will land you on the sex offender registration. An example of indecent exposure is urinating in a public setting. An exception of this would be a woman breastfeed in public, despite any part of her breast showing to the public.

In Howell, indecent exposure is a misdemeanor and is punishable by imprisonment of one year or less, a fine of not more than $1000, or both. In cases of masturbation in public, while still a misdemeanor, the defendant can get sentencing of imprisonment for 2 years or less, or a fine of not more than $2,000, or both.

If you are charged with indecent exposure, it is important to have an attorney on your side that understands the facts and law to get the best possible resolution. McCririe Law PLLC will vigorously defend you against these accusations. A conviction for indecent exposure will damage your reputations, career, and even your ability to secure housing. Do not hesitate to contact a Howell criminal defense lawyer you can trust. McCririe Law PLLC can answer your questions and defend you against these accusations.