Don’t let a Massachusetts Indecent Exposure Charge Ruin Your Life!

Arrested in Massachusetts for Indecent Exposure?

A Massachusetts indecent exposure charge can cause you tremendous difficulty in your life. If found guilty, you run the risk of becoming part of a sexual registry or a registered sex offender. This will follow you around for the rest of your life, and cause untold difficulties and hardship in your life. You need a Massachusetts criminal defense lawyer who will do everything possible to fight these charges and get them dismissed or reduced.

It’s fairly common for someone to be charged with indecent exposure after simply urinating in public if someone happens to see you.

According to Massachusetts General Law, a charge of indecent exposure or other disorderly acts have the following penalties:

  • up to six months in jail
  • or, a fine of up to $200,
  • or, both the fine and jail term.

Indecent Exposure Defense Strategies

The first thing I’ll try to do is get the charges reduced or dropped right away. I’ll talk to the prosecutor and explain the circumstances and how the police may have been mistaken to issue such a charge. The goal is to get any sex offender risks off the table as quickly as possible. If necessary, I’ll file a series of motions to get any evidence against you removed. The specifics vary depending on the facts of your case.

A Mass Criminal Defense Lawyer to Protect Your Legal Rights

I am in different MA courts every day, defending my clients rights and freedom on charges of indecent exposure and all other criminal charges. If you’ve been charged with indecent exposure or any another criminal charge in Massachusetts, you need someone who will fight for your rights. Call me right away.

By calling, you have nothing to lose but the tremendous emotional stress your arrest has brought you. Defending people is what I do for a living. Call to set up a free consultation now.

Massachusetts General Laws, Excerpt


 Section 53. Common night walkers, common street walkers, both male and female, common railers and brawlers, persons who with offensive and disorderly acts or language accost or annoy persons of the opposite sex, lewd, wanton and lascivious persons in speech or behavior, idle and disorderly persons, disturbers of the peace, keepers of noisy and disorderly houses, and persons guilty of indecent exposure may be punished by imprisonment in a jail or house of correction for not more than six months, or by a fine of not more than two hundred dollars, or by both such fine and imprisonment.