What do sunbathing in the nude and urinating in an alley behind the bar have in common? They can both get you charged with indecent exposure.
Things that may seem innocent to some are taken very seriously by the Idaho legal system. You need a skilled criminal defense attorney to help you put this behind you.
Our firm, Martens Law Office, P.C., in Boise, provides people with an aggressive defense of their rights in Idaho indecent exposure cases. To learn how attorney Jared Martens may be able to help you, call 208-435-1132 today to arrange a free initial consultation.
Talk To A Lawyer Before Talking To The Police
While the types of incidents that lead to indecent exposure charges can differ widely and many may seem innocent in nature, how you handle this situation now can have a significant effect on your life. If you are facing indecent exposure charges, you need to talk to an attorney about your rights before talking to the police. The police are not interested in doing you any favors.
You May Be Required To Register As A Sex Offender
If convicted of indecent exposure, you can face a variety of penalties. The most severe among them is the requirement to register as a sex offender. The sex offender registry does not differentiate public urination from aggravated sexual assault. Regardless of why you have to register, you will be left to deal with that stigma on the job and in your community.
Fight to stay off the sex offender registry. To arrange a free initial consultation with our attorney, contact our firm today.