Indecent Exposure

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Our California Sex Crime Lawyers in Los Angeles have been defending sexuasl assault charges since 1996. Under California Penal Code 314(1), indecent Exposure refers to engaging in nudity, a sexual act upon oneself, or exposing one’s private parts for the purpose of sexual gratification.

Defenses to Indecent Exposure

Numerous defenses are available to an Indecent Exposure charge. An experienced attorney must carefully examine the case to find out what particular defenses must be alleged and argued.

“Lack of intent or Accidental Innocent Exposure”

One common defense to Indecent Exposure is “lack of intent”. Here, defendant asserts that he either did not expose his own private parts, or if he did, it was accidental or necessary, and not for sexual pleasure. For a free consultation, CALL NOW 213-252-1000

Criminal prosecution can affect your health, freedom, employment, and social life. You need help and you need the best criminal defense you can get. At the Law Offices of Tony M. Seyfi, with the state of the art computerized legal research tools and forensic techniques, we will focus on identifying the defenses you may have and will develop numerous challenges to any crime possible.

Our goal is victory for our clients and to keep them from going to jail, and we are confident of our defense strategies. If you would like to discuss your case, call us today for a FREE CONSULTATION and case analysis.

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