Indecent Exposure Consequences

SEX CRIMES

VIOLENT CRIMES 

CRIMINAL ORGANIZATIONS/GANGS

DRUG CRIMES

What are Arizona sex crimes consequences for Indecent Exposure?

Indecent exposure, victim 15 or older is defined as the defendant exposing genitals, anus, or female areaola or nipple when another person is present or when defendant is reckless about whether the other person would be alarmed or offended by the act, alarmed or offended a reasonable person standard-victim OLDER than 15. Indecent exposure carries a mandatory MAX jail term of 6 months. Probation IS eligible. Registration as a sex offender is discretionary for first 2 offenses. It IS a mandatory registration for a 3rd or subsequent violations.

Indecent exposure, victim 15 or older, with 2 or more prior convictions for indecent exposure or 1 or more prior convictions for sexual assault is defined as the defendant exposing genitals, anus, or female areaola or nipple when another person is present or when defendant is reckless about whether the other person would be alarmed or offended by the act, alarmed or offended a reasonable person standard-victim OLDER than 15 and defendant had two or more prior convictions for indecent exposure when he did the exposure of the defendant had one prior conviction for sexual assault when he did the exposure. Indecent exposure carries a mandatory prison term of .33 years to 2 years. Probation IS eligible up to a lifetime term. Registration as a sex offender IS mandatory if this would be the third or subsequent conviction for a violation.

Indecent exposure, victim under 15, first offense is defined as the defendant exposing genitals, anus, or female areaola or nipple when another person is present or when defendant is reckless about whether the other person would be alarmed or offended by the act, alarmed or offended a reasonable person standard-victim YOUNGER than 15.

Indecent exposure carries a mandatory prison term of .33 years to 2 years. Probation IS eligible to a lifetime term. Registration as a sex offender IS mandatory for a 3rdand a 2nd violation to a minor under 15. Registration is discretionary for 1st

Indecent exposure, a felony violation, with two or more historical prior felony convictions for a violation with a minor under 15 is defined as the defendant exposing genitals, anus, or female areaola or nipple when another person is present or when defendant is reckless about whether the other person would be alarmed or offended by the act, alarmed or offended a reasonable person standard-victim YOUNGER than 15. Indecent exposure carries a mandatory prison term of 6 years to 15 years. Probation is NOT eligible for this offense. Registration as a sex offender IS mandatory for 3rd and 2nd violations to a minor under 15 because it discretionary for 1st violation.

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