Indecent Exposure Hillsborough County
Being accused indecent exposure is an embarrassing crime that can land you in serious trouble.
This, along with any other charge of lewd behavior, is a reason to contact criminal defense lawyer Michael Anzalone in Hillsborough County, New Hampshire.
Besides being an highly experienced attorney, Michael Anzalone has a law practice in Nashua and knows the surrounding areas in Hillsborough County. He has represented many cases in the local court system and has a top-notch track record.
If you are charged with indecent exposure, you will need to have a defense attorney like Michael Anzalone on your side.
Many times these kinds of cases make for great fodder in the local news media. You may see your mug shot on television or in the newspaper. It is embarrassing, especially if you've never been in trouble.
Here at The Anzalone Law Firm, we won't pre-judge you or your family. We will work hard to get the best possible outcome in your case so that you can be back on track as soon as possible.
At our law firm, we'll treat you with respect and give your case our attention.
The best thing to do is get Michael Anzalone on the case as soon as possible after your arrest.Understand the Charges
What is indecent exposure? It's exactly that the exposing of genitals or performing any other kind of lewd act.
Law enforcement authorities are quick to arrest anyone they suspect of indecent exposure. And it's even worse for you if the act is committed near children.
The New Hampshire criminal code lays out the charges and penalties in RSI 645:1.
This charge carries felony charges, and, in you could be sentenced to prison or face numerous fines and fees. If for any reason the judge suspects some kind of sex addiction, you could be ordered to rehabilitation.
Depending on what you are accused of doing, this crime can be charged as either a Class A or B felony.
In 2017, a Peterborough man was arrested on charges that he had exposed himself while at the town's library.
According to news reports, a juvenile and a library employee witnessed the 28-year-old man exposing himself and police were called. Authorities say the man was a member of the local fire department at the time of his arrest.
Once someone is arrested, it's up to the state attorney to determine whether the person should be charged as sex offender.
Depending on the circumstances of the case, you can find yourself in a world of trouble following an indecent exposure arrest. If you have been charged previously with two or more similar offenses, it's likely you'll be facing a Class A felony for indecent exposure.
Please don't take these charges lightly. You will need the assistance of a highly qualified criminal defense attorney to advise you and walk you through the criminal justice system.
If you would like to have our assistance, please fill out our online form today to schedule a free consultation with Michael Anzalone.