Palm Bay, FL (November 15, 2018) – In Palm Bay, a man was charged with exposure of sexual organs after he was spotted masturbating into a security camera. The incident happened at the Palm Bay Water Treatment Plant. The man had something over his face so that he could not be identified.
Officers arrived at the scene only to find that a vehicle was fleeing the area. The driver was soon caught when he was pulled over by police. The man told police that he left his residence to get gas but claimed that he forgot his credit card at home and had to turn around at the water treatment plant.
Soon, the man admitted to the act and claimed that it was ‘something he had been curious about trying.’ He was arrested on a charge of Exposure Sexual Organs and taken to the sheriff’s office.
Palm Bay Exposure Laws
An indecent exposure charge can not only have a huge impact on your life in the way of penalties that you might receive for your crime, but it could also have many social repercussions, which could make it difficult for you to move forward as you attempt to hold relationships and maintain employment. For one of these claims to hold up, the prosecutor must show that you actually exposed yourself, that you were in a public place at the time, or that you acted in a lewd and lascivious manner.
Being involved in one of these incidents could have a huge impact on your life, which is why you should never go without the experienced help of a criminal defense attorney at this time. If you have been accused of one of these crimes in Melbourne or any surrounding areas in Florida, you should know that you have options and a dedicated team to work with you.
At Musca Law, we understand how scary it can be for you when you are facing criminal charges, especially those that can have particular social impacts on your life. This is why we dedicate ourselves to many types of cases every year to help our clients maintain the best legal help that will provide individual attention to their case and help them receive the best results moving forward. If you have been charged with a crime in the state of Florida, turn to us and contact us today at (888) 484-5057.
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