Indecent Exposure

The criminal charge of Indecent Exposure ranges from a Gross Misdemeanor to a Felony in Las Vegas, Nevada depending on the defendant’s prior criminal history.  Nevada Revised Statute “NRS” 201.220 defines Indecent Exposure as, “a person who makes any open and indecent or obscene exposure of his or her person, or of the person of another”. An example of Indecent Exposure would be, Crystal was partying at the Electric Daisy Concert here at the Las Vegas Speedway and decided to expose her breasts to the crowd.  Here, Crystal would be charged with Indecent Exposure for removing her clothing and exposing her breasts in a public place where others could view her conduct.  If Crystal was arrested for Indecent Exposure stemming from this incident she would be charged with a gross misdemeanor. If this was her first time charged with said offense, she would face up to 1 year in jail, a fine of up to $2,000, and potentially be forced to register as a sex offender. If this was not her first time charged with Indecent Exposure, she would be charged with a felony, and would face 1-4 years of prison, a fine of up to $5,000, and potentially be forced to register as a sex offender.

Las Vegas Criminal Defense Attorney Michael A. Troiano is experienced in defending his clients for a variety of sexual related charges ranging from indecent exposure, to open and gross lewdness and sexual assault/rape.  He will discuss all possible defenses on your indecent exposure charge and work towards a dismissal or reduction to a lesser non sex related charge and help you avoid prison.