Indecent Exposure Defense Attorney in Denver, Colorado
Indecent Exposure is a crime when an individual is believed to have engaged in behavior of a sexual nature by exposure that would cause affront or alarm to others, including children. A conviction of Indecent Exposure will result in having to register as a sex offender.
Philip M. Smith • Attorney At Law • Denver, Colorado
Colorado Sex Offenses • Indecent Exposure
Free Consultations • (303) 333-8900 • Email
Occasionally, the act of Indecent Exposure appears undeniable. Witnesses are eager to give their account to law enforcement and the prosecutor. The prank of “mooning” can result in being charged with indecent exposure. It may seem like a small, insignificant charge but the consequences are far reaching and a conviction of Indecent Exposure is very serious.
It may be possible to have the charges dropped or negotiate deferred judgments which upon successful completion of probation requirements make the case eligible for Sealing. The Diversion Program may also be appropriate and available. As a Colorado criminal defense attorney experienced with handling Sex Offenses of all kinds, I will advise you of your rights under this law and make sure you are treated fairly and with dignity throughout the entire legal process.
The charge of Indecent Exposure should be approached aggressively with strategies in place to protect your rights. As you may not be arrested immediately, you will need competent and trusted counsel prepared to intercept contact with law enforcement in the event you are contacted after the incident.Law enforcement may request an interview at the police station. DO NOT speak with the police; you should speak with me first. I will make contact with law enforcement in your behalf. Remember, everything and anything you say may be used against you. I am here to protect you, your reputation and your livelihood.
Philip M. Smith has over 35 years of legal experience
as a judge, district attorney, and a private attorney
practicing in all areas of criminal defense law.
Impact of a Charge and Conviction
Indecent exposure can be a misdemeanor or felony. A first or second offense is a Class 1 Misdemeanor. If there have been two prior convictions, the charge becomes a Class 6 Felony. A conviction of Indecent Exposure requires registration on the Sex Offender Registry.
If you are a non-U.S. citizen with a work visa, student visa, temporary visitor’s card, or green card, this conviction makes life a lot harder for you. You can be denied naturalization and possibly be deported.
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Attorney Philip M. Smith
I have successfully handled thousands of criminal cases involving inappropriate sexual behaviors in my legal career. As your attorney, I will review the events surrounding your arrest, all of the evidence, and witness statements. I will utilize the experience and expert resources to investigate the charges.I will negotiate with the prosecutor to gain the best possible resolution to your case.
The frustration or embarrassment of being accused of a sex crime is understandable. You can be assured you will be not be judged but treated with the utmost courtesy and confidentiality in my law firm. As your lawyer, I will provide aggressive and effective guidance regardless if this matter results in a plea bargain or goes to trial. Not all cases go or should go to trial. My goal is to work diligently on your case to minimize the consequences of this life changing criminal charge.
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If you need a criminal defense lawyer to fight an Colorado Indecent Exposure criminal charge, or if you have questions about criminal charges and sentencing, I encourage you to contact me, Indecent Exposure Offense Attorney Philip M. Smith, 303-333-8900 today for a free and confidential initial consultation.