In one recent news story, an elementary teacher allegedly exposed his private parts while in a restroom. The elementary teacher was apparently exposing himself while also engaging in a sexual act. An alleged victim saw the man and left the restroom. When that person came back to the restroom, the elementary teacher was still there engaging in a sexual act. The alleged victim tried washing his hands when the man approached the sink area with his pants undone and genitals exposed. In Denver, the elementary teacher would likely face charges of Indecent Exposure, C.R.S. 18-7-302. If you are facing charges of Indecent Exposure in Colorado, contact an Indecent Exposure lawyer at the O'Malley Law Office today.
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Indecent Exposure in Douglas and Adams County | When is Indecent Exposure Charged?
In Douglas and Adams County, Indecent Exposure charges occur whenever someone knowingly exposes their genitals, causing alarm to another person, with the intent to arouse or satisfy the sexual desire of any person. Indecent Exposure is also charged whenever a person knowingly performs an act of masturbation in front of another person, causing alarm. Since the elementary teacher was exposing his genitals and engaging in a sexual act, he would likely face charges of Indecent Exposure. Prosecutors must prove he was trying to arouse or satisfy anyone's, including their own sexual desire while exposing his genitals to be convicted of this charge.
Indecent Exposure in Arapahoe County: Indecent Exposure is a Misdemeanor or Felony
In Arapahoe County, Indecent Exposure can be either a misdemeanor or felony. Indecent Exposure is normally charged as a class 1 misdemeanor, but it can also be charged as a class 6 felony if the violation is committed subsequent to two prior convictions of Indecent Exposure or a similar offense. Indecent Exposure also requires sex offender registration and treatment upon a conviction.
Indecent Exposure Lawyer in Jefferson County for Indecent Exposure: Call Us Today
There are many situations where Indecent Exposure charges can be filed in Jefferson County. For example, leaving blinds open while changing in your bedroom, sunbathing in your yard, or engaging in a sexual act in a private place like in the news story above, can all lead to charges of Indecent Exposure. If you are facing charges of Indecent Exposure in Colorado, call an Indecent Exposure lawyer from the O'Malley Law Office immediately. The criminal defense attorneys at the O'Malley Law Office offer a consultation at no charge to you when you come to meet with us for the first time. We promise to fight aggressively for you because we know what it takes to fight for your rights and freedom.
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