Indecent Exposure and Sex Offender Registration
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Question: Will I have to register as a sex offender in Texas if I’m charged with indecent exposure?
In Texas, if someone is convicted of indecent exposure one time, you don’t have to register as a sex offender. However, if you are charged a second time and are convicted a second time, you do have to register as a sex offender for 10 years.
It’s really important, on indecent exposures, to try to avoid any conviction, especially on a second charge because on a second, that sex offender registration for 10 years will destroy most people’s lives.
Were you or a loved one charged with a sex crime and have questions about indecent exposure and sex offender registration? Contact a San Antonio sex crime lawyer at Rush & Gransee today for a consultation on your case and all of your potential defenses. Let our experience work for you.
Successful Case Defending Indecent Exposure
Marcus G. – The defendant was charged with indecent exposure. The complainant allegedly saw the defendant masturbating while in his car as she was pulled up along- side him on the roadway. She asserted that he looked at her while in the act. The defendant told the officer that he did have an itch that required him to scratch; however, he did not expose himself. After hiring an investigator and getting statements the case was dismissed.