Indecent Exposure in California
Get a Ventura indecent exposure attorney to fight for you!
An indecent exposure charge can be an unpleasant and embarrassing ordeal.
Those who are arrested for indecent exposure may have had no way of knowing
that their actions would be considered offensive. There is a crucial element
in trying to prove indecent exposure, though. You must have been fully
aware and intended to expose yourself.
Fortunately, when you get the
Law Office of Christopher P. Welch on your side, you can find reprieve knowing someone can argue against
any of the accusations made against you. As a
Ventura sex crimes attorney, Mr. Welch is fully prepared to defend your reputation and your rights.
Components of Indecent Exposure Charges
For a person to be convicted of indecent exposure, the prosecution must
prove that the accused person sought to bare their body parts for at least
one other person to view and that the act was carried out to be purposely
sexual or otherwise offensive. The penalties for a first-time offense
are quite severe and might include a misdemeanor conviction.
- Other penalties for the first offense may include the following:
- Fines up to $1,000
- 6 months in county jail
- Mandatory registry as a sex offender (under California Penal Code Section 314)
It is important to note that registration as a sex offender follows you
for the rest of your life. You can help avoid this by contacting a Ventura
sex crimes lawyer, such as Attorney Christopher P. Welch. He is renowned
for his aggressive style of defense, which can be utilized to help you
secure a favorable outcome.
Contact us today for a free case review!
Your case should be represented by an attorney that knows what it takes
to work hard to get justice for his clients. Our
criminal defense firm has handled countless numbers of sex crimes cases and we understand
how important it is to help absolve those who have been wrongly accused.
Not only that, but Mr. Welch currently serves as a board member of the
Ventura County Criminal Defense Bar Association. With this distinction
as well as the experience necessary to fiercely defend your case, it is
obvious that your first step should be to call our firm as soon as possible.
Fight your charges today!
Contact us for your free case review.