If you are facing criminal charges related to indecent exposure in the state of Florida, you will want to contact our Florida Indecent Exposure Defense Attorneys at Whittel & Melton as soon as possible as this can have a negative impact on your life. While this is considered a more minor sexually motivated criminal offense, the consequences of a conviction can still bring about many serious consequences, like imprisonment for 12 months and fines up to $1,000. Contacting our Florida Indecent Exposure Defense Lawyers at Whittel & Melton can be beneficial to the outcome of your case.Indecent Exposure Charges in Florida
When you have been charged with indecent exposure, it usually means you have been accused of showing your genitals in public. From our experience with these types of cases, most charges arise from incidents at public places, like parks and restrooms. While you might be 100% innocent of these accusations, we can make sure that your rights are protected and that nothing you say to the police is used against you later on. We will focus on the facts of your case in order to tailor a defense strategy unique to your specific situation. As former prosecutors with the state of Florida, we know what goes into these sex crimes charges, and we can use our knowledge to achieve a positive outcome for you and your case.
Examples of indecent exposure, may include the following actions:
- Being naked in a public setting
- Urinating outside in the view of others
- Having sex or engaging in a sex act in a public place
Our Florida Indecent Exposure Defense Attorneys at Whittel & Melton have decades of experience, so we know the ins and outs of the criminal justice system. We also know that there are few things more devastating to your personal and professional life than the stigma that comes along with being accused of a sex crime. We guarantee that we will give your case the attention it deserves and listen to all of your needs so that we can build the best possible defense on your behalf. We want to help you maintain your upstanding reputation within the community and avoid any jail time, fines, or mandatory registration on the sex offender registry. We will challenge any evidence brought up by the prosecution against you to show that you were unaware you were exposing yourself in public or that you had no intention of committing a crime. Our attention to the facts helps us build a solid case for each of our clients.
Ensuring your legal rights are protected and that you have the expert criminal defense representation you need to get the best possible outcome to your case is imperative. Talk to an attorney at our law firms throughout Florida to see how we may be able to tackle your unique charges so that we can award you the greatest chance at evading a conviction and stern penalties. We are more than happy to answer any question or concerns you may have and will give you the personalized and compassionate attention you deserve.
Contact our Florida Indecent Exposure Defense Attorneys at Whittel & Melton today at one of our eight law offices to talk about your case.