Public Exposure

Even brief flashes of public nudity can be treated harshly by Florida law. Indecent exposure is a first-degree misdemeanor but if someone under the age of 16 witnessed it, it can be enhanced to a “lewd and lascivious act”, a second-degree felony. Arrests can occur under this statute when streaking, mooning, urinating, sunbathing, skinny dipping, or flashing.

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If you’ve been charged with public or indecent exposure, contact Blaine today to arrange a consultation.