Voyeurism Criminal Defense Attorney to Fight your charge in South Florida 

A Voyeurism charge in Florida could happen in person, or even through digital means such as this man on his cell phone that is linked to a hidden camera to commit a voyeurism charge. We know facing a Voyeurism charge in Florida can feel unnerving, but Rossen Law Firm is here to guide you through every step of the legal process and fight your case and for your future.


What is a Voyeurism Crime in Florida?

Voyeurism is committed when a person with lewd, lascivious, or indecent intent, secretly observes: another person in a private dwelling, structure, or conveyance and such location provides a reasonable expectation of privacy; or another person’s intimate parts that are covered in a manner expressing a reasonable expectation of privacy. This is usually done out of sexual interest or for sexual gratification. 

[FLA. STAT. § 810.14 (2019)]



The first offense of Voyeurism is a first-degree misdemeanor, punishable by up to 12 months of jail and/or 12 months of probation, and a $1,000 fine.


Unlike many other crimes, a conviction for Voyeurism will have a permanent place on a person’s criminal record. 


A person with two or more prior Voyeurism convictions is guilty of Voyeurism with Prior Convictions upon a third conviction. This is a third-degree felony,  punishable by up to 5 years in prison and/or 5 years of probation and up to $5,000 in fines.



If you’re facing a Voyeurism charge in South Florida - you’ve come to the right place. Rossen Law Firm has years of experience providing a compassionate and professional defense to Voyeurism charges.


Facing a Voyeurism charge is hard enough. While these situations can feel isolating, many others have been where you are, and Adam and his team have helped them come out the other side successfully. 


Give our office a call if you’re facing a Voyeurism charge. After we’ve heard your story, we’ll go through the charges against you, the criminal process and the minimum and maximum penalties associated with your charges. One mistake shouldn’t have the power to ruin your life - that’s why we’re here.


Voyeurism Defenses in Florida

  • 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.
  • No Expectation of Privacy: It is lawful to observe someone in a state of undress when that person does not have a reasonable expectation of privacy, such as when a person is topless on a public beach.
  • Security Surveillance Systems: It is legal to indirectly observe another person using a security or video surveillance system if notice of the system is conspicuously posted on the premises stating that a video surveillance system has been installed or if the video surveillance system is installed in such a manner that its presence is immediately obvious.

Free Voyeurism Criminal Defense Strategy Session in South Florida 

We handle voyeurism charges of all sorts. We know how to protect your rights and provide you with an aggressive defense to your individual case.


Our firm offers FREE strategy sessions so we can create an initial defense strategy for your case and you’ll know what to expect from our firm and the criminal justice system.


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