Indecent Exposure Defense Attorney to Fight your South Florida charge

A man is being handcuffed for an Indecent Exposure crime in Florida. The graphic also says Fort Lauderdale Rossen Law Firm has more than 400 five-star reviews as defense attorneys We know facing Indecent Exposure charges in Florida can feel overwhelming, but Rossen Law Firm is here to guide you through the criminal process and defend your rights. 


What is an Indecent Exposure Crime in Florida?

Indecent Exposure includes the exposure of one’s sexual organs. 

Indecent Exposure is an intentional and vulgar exhibition of a person’s genitals either in a public place or on someone else’s property; or to be naked anywhere that is not intended to allow people to be naked, or that is not isolated for the purpose of someone being naked.

FLA. STAT. § 800.03 (2019)



Indecent Exposure is classified as first-degree misdemeanor, with penalties of up to 1 year in jail and/or 1 year of probation, and fines of up to $1,000.


A conviction for Indecent Exposure can subject the defendant to a permanent stigma, which could interfere with employment, professional licensing, college applications, and other features of daily life.



If you’re facing an indecent exposure charge - you’ve come to the right place. Rossen Law Firm has extensive experience providing a compassionate and expert defense to indecent exposure charges.


You do not want to face indecent exposure charges on your own. We are here to listen, not judge, and to answer any and all questions you have about your indecent exposure charge. 


Get in touch with us if you’re facing indecent exposure charges.


Possible Indecent Exposure Defenses in Florida

  • what to do if you or a loved one are arrested in florida - this is what the cover of a book says in this image. Lack of Intention: This defense can be used if the defendant did not intend to expose themselves or if they were unaware of their visibility to others.

  • False Allegations: Sometimes, accusers make allegations that are not true out of spite, jealousy, manipulation, or coercion. If the alleged victim’s accusations are untrue, this could be used as a basis for defense.

  • Breastfeeding: If the alleged offense occurred while a mother was breastfeeding in any location, those grounds are insufficient for a conviction. The act of breastfeeding is protected under Section 383.015, Florida Statutes.

Free Indecent Exposure Criminal Defense Strategy Session in South Florida 

We’ve successfully handled indecent exposure cases of all types. We know how to protect your rights and provide you with a professional and dynamic defense to your criminal charges. 


Get in touch with us if you’re facing indecent exposure charges. We’ll listen to your story, discuss the best course of action for you, and see what resources may help you. One mistake shouldn’t have the power to ruin your life - and we’ll fight to make sure it doesn’t. 


Our firm offers FREE strategy sessions so you know how we’ll work to fight your case and get the best possible results.


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