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Florida Voyeurism Attorney
Experienced Defense from Musca LawVoyeurism is defined as observing another person without their knowledge and with indecent or lewd and lascivious intent. In layman terms, these people are often known as peeping toms. Voyeurism can damage your business, devastate your family life, and destroy any chances at future employment opportunities. A skilled defense is imperative to your success and is your best chance at obtaining lessened or dismissed charges.
Musca Law Florida voyeurism attorneys have more than 150 years of experience and will fight tirelessly on your behalf. After evaluating your case, we can immediately begin a defense that will ensure your rights are upheld throughout case proceedings. We are dedicated to your success!
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Definition of VoyeurismThe act of voyeurism is defined as when a person is observing another person in a lascivious, indecent manner and with indecent intent while the person is located in a structure such as a house, hotel, or any other place where they have the reasonable expectation of privacy. It may also involve video voyeurism, which is the act of voyeurism that is being videotaped.
What are the Penalties for Voyeurism?Voyeurism is a severely punishable crime in the eyes of the Florida law. Penalties increase due to circumstances such as whether or not the offender was a first time offender or a repeat offender.
- A first degree misdemeanor
- Up to 1 year in prison
- Payment of a $1000 fine
- A third degree felony
- Up to 5 years in prison
- Payment of a $5,000 fine
These are just the direct effects of the penalty. Charges like these could additionally impact other areas of your life, such as employment, relationships, education, housing, and more.