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ARS §13-1402: Indecent Exposure in Arizona

Watch this video of David talk about charges of Indecent Exposure in Arizona.


Have you been charged with Indecent Exposure in Arizona? If convicted with Indecent Exposure you can experience consequences for the rest of your life. There is no doubt that if you face charges of Indecent Exposure with inadequate legal representation, you may receive the maximum sentence allowable. It is very important that you consult with a sex crimes attorney if you have been charged with Indecent Exposure or are still in the pre-charge phase.

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Indecent Exposure: Penalties & Punishment

In Arizona, Indecent Exposure is committed when a person exposes himself or herself while another person is present, and the defendant is reckless about whether the other person as a reasonable person would be offended or alarmed by the act.

Indecent Exposure is a class one misdemeanor if the person who witnesses the exposure is 15 years of age or older. If the witness of is under 15 years old, this crime will be charged as a class six felony.

Misdemeanor First Offense

  • Up to 6 Months Jail
  • Up to $2,500 Fines (plus 84% surcharge)
  • 3 Years Probation & Counseling

Felony First Offense

  • Up to 2 Years in Prison
  • Up to $150,000 in Fines (plus 84% surcharge)
  • 3 Years Probation & Counseling

Felony Second Offense

  • Up to 2.75 Years in Prison
  • Up to $150,000 in Fines (plus 84% surcharge)
  • 3 Years Probation & Counseling

Felony Third Offense

  • Up to 5.75 Years in Prison
  • Up to $150,000 in Fines (plus 84% surcharge)
  • 3 Years Probation & Counseling

DM Cantor take pride in knowing more about the defense of Indecent Exposure charges than prosecutors and police officers. The vast criminal case library at DM Cantor, with research materials devoted to challenging accusations involving sex crimes, will prove necessary in mounting the best defense for your case. To fight these charges you will need an experienced lawyer on your side, call us for a free consultation.

Indecent Exposure: Legal Defenses

  • Refuting the third party as being a reasonable person
  • The Defendant was not reckless in his/her actions
  • Miranda Rights Violation
  • Denial of Right to Counsel

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