Powerful Defense for Public Indecency Charges

Atlanta Criminal Defense Attorney to Fight for You

Have you been accused of or arrested for public indecency in the Atlanta area? These are potentially serious criminal charges that may result in imprisonment, fines and other penalties if you are convicted. It is important to discuss your legal options with a criminal defense attorney who can work to protect your rights and interests.

Defining Public Indecency

What Georgia law calls public indecency is referred to as indecent exposure in some other states. This is a type of sex crime that involves exposing oneself in public or performing lewd acts in a public place. It is a misdemeanor offense and may be considered a "lesser" sex offense, but a conviction may still result in imprisonment in county jail for up to 12 months if the defendant is convicted, not to mention the burden of living with the social stigma attached with a conviction of this kind on one's record. A third or subsequent offense of this kind may also be charged as a felony punishable by up to 5 years in state prison. Sex offender registration is another penalty that may be associated with a conviction for indecent exposure.

Qualified Criminal Defense Attorney – Serving Atlanta, GA

Make sure you have the criminal defense counsel you need in the face of public indecency charges in Atlanta. Our firm has the resources and experience to help you face these charges head on as we seek the best possible result on your behalf.

The Law Office of Matthew T. McNally represents defendants throughout Atlanta and the surrounding areas in the face of public indecency charges. We know the ins and outs of Georgia law on this sensitive subject and can work to build an innovative, aggressive defense strategy that protects your legal rights to the fullest extent of the law.

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