The first thing to remember after an arrest is that law enforcement is not acting in your best interest. You should have a strong legal representative on your side to quickly begin mounting your defense. In order for the prosecutor to prove that indecent exposure occurred, they must be able to show that you acted with the intention to expose yourself sexually, that you were in a public place or another person’s private property, and that you did so with a vulgar intent. With 40 years of experience, we have the tools and resources to get to the bottom of these charges.
A few defense strategies we may use include:
After the initial arrest, you may be asked to plead guilty or admit that you have committed the crime. You may even be promised lesser punishment by a member of law enforcement. However, you should not admit to anything or answer questions until a Georgia public indecency lawyer has shown up to protect your rights.