Criminal Defense for Indecent Exposure

Indecent Exposure in Alabama

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What Constitutes Indecent Exposure?

In the State of Alabama, indecent exposure is classified as a sex crime and could lead to serious jail time. The level of jail time increases if there are multiple counts or charges for the same individual. To defend against charges of indecent exposure - it is important to understand what Alabama regulations entail. According to the Code of Alabama 1975 under Title 13A Criminal Section of the state constitution, indecent exposure can be defined by the following.

Anyone can be charged with indecent exposure when:

  • Exposure is performed with the intent of arousal or sexual gratification of self or any other individual other than their spouse
  • Genitals are exposed in public spaces or private establishments, especially if the individual is aware that the conduct will cause alarm

We understand the stress and process involved to defend criminal charges relating to indecent exposure, and provide our unwavering support throughout the process. Contact us today to schedule a free consultation with a lawyer.

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Indecent exposure is considered a Class A misdemeanor charge in Alabama. At Crumbley-Blackwell & Associates, P.C. we understand that even a single criminal charge could affect your record and put a stain on your professional and social life. If you have been accused of indecent exposure or a related charge - it is vital that you contact an experienced criminal defense attorney from our team to schedule a free phone or office consultation. Get started today by calling (256) 539-4464 or completing an online case evaluation form.

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