Denver Indecent Exposure Defense Lawyer
Dedicated to Fighting for the Accused
Indecent exposure generally occurs when a person exposes their genitals
in an offensive way to sexually gratify themselves or others. Depending
on the alleged offender's criminal history, the crime is either a misdemeanor
or a felony. In either case, the penalties include incarceration and/or
a fine. However, those aren't the only punishments that can result from
a conviction. The person may also be required to register as a sex offender.
This means that they must periodically provide their personal identifying
information to a local law enforcement agency. The consequences of an
indecent exposure conviction are harsh, and if you've been charged, it's
imperative that you get started on your defense right away.
At the Law Office of Kevin Cahill,
Attorney Kevin Cahill knows that the key to building a solid and aggressive defense strategy
is thorough preparation. That is why he is ready to put in the time and
effort needed to defend your innocence. He is a hardworking lawyer who
will explore every legal option to seek the best possible result on your
behalf. When you turn to him, you can trust that you will have a knowledgeable
and experienced champion on your side ready to fight for you.
Speak with a skilled Denver indecent exposure defense attorney during a
free consultation by calling
(720) 548-2990 or
filling out an online contact form.
The Elements of Indecent Exposure in Colorado
When the state pursues indecent exposure charges under
CRS 18-7-302, the prosecuting attorney has the burden of proving guilt beyond a reasonable
doubt. To do this, they may present evidence and testimonies concerning
They must demonstrate that the defendant:
- Was in a public place or somewhere they could have expected others to see them,
- Knowingly exposed their genitals, or
- Knowingly masturbated,
- In a way that would cause others to feel affronted or alarmed, and
- Intended to satisfy their own or another's sexual desires
It's important to note that masturbation, as defined in the indecent exposure
statute, refers to real or simulated acts. Thus, whether a person is actually
"touching, rubbing, or otherwise stimulating" their genitals
or is merely acting like they're doing so, they could be charged with
Although the prosecutor may have evidence against the defendant, various
defenses can be raised to cast doubt on the accusations.
The way your Denver indecent exposure charge is challenged depends on the
facts of your case. Attorney Kevin Cahill will listen to your side of
the story and comb through the evidence to determine an effective course
The Penalties for Indecent Exposure
If a person is accused of indecent exposure and has no prior convictions
for the offense, they will be charged with a class 1 misdemeanor.
A conviction may result in:
- 6 to 18 months in jail
- $500 to $5,000 in fines
If a person commits a violation after two previous convictions, they will
be charged with a class 6 felony.
At this level, the penalties include:
- 1 year to 18 months in prison
- $1,000 to $100,000 in fines
Schedule a Free Consultation
At the Law Office of Kevin Cahill, Attorney Kevin Cahill will take your
charge seriously. He has successfully handled cases in the past and knows
how to develop and present compelling defenses. Kevin Cahill can seek
a favorable result on your behalf.
For fierce legal representation from an experienced Denver indecent exposure
lawyer, call the firm at
(720) 548-2990 or
submit an online contact formtoday.