Denver Criminal Defense Lawyer: Indecent Exposure
Even minor incidents of indecent exposure can have severe consequences. Whether you have been charged with flashing, streaking, or public urination, if you fail to protect your rights in court, a conviction could result in mandatory sex offender registration. I am Denver defense attorney Christopher T. Braddock, and I can protect your rights against charges of indecent exposure.
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In Colorado, any action that victimizes one person for the sexual gratification of another is considered a sex crime. For that reason, flashing carries many of the same severe consequences of crimes such as sexual assault and child molestation.
The first offense of indecent exposure is only considered a misdemeanor. If you are convicted and charged a second time, you will be charged with felony indecent exposure. This is the case for all types of crimes that are considered indecent exposure, including:
- Urinating in Public
If you are convicted of indecent exposure, you may be required to receive psychological counseling. Even seemingly innocuous charges can affect your status if you are a student. I will help you deal with all non-criminal consequences relating to your charges, in addition to providing counsel in court.
Indecent exposure may not seem like a serious sex crime, but it can come with serious consequences if you do not build the best possible defense. My Denver offices are open during weekly business hours, and I offer evening and weekend appointments as well. Contact me today for more information about fighting the consequences of indecent exposure charges.