Duty to Register as a Sex Offender
Whether the accused is convicted of a felony or misdemeanor indecent exposure offense, a court may also require that they register as a sex offender in California for as long as they live, work, or attend school in California. See California Penal Code Section 290. Any willful failure to register as a sex offender is a separate criminal offense with its own penalties which includes a jail sentence of up to three years in state prison.
See our “Sex Registration” section to learn more about registering as a sex offender in California.
Punishment for indecent exposure can be severely debilitating; therefore, it is imperative that you contact an experience indecent exposure lawyer. At Wallin & Klarich, our attorneys have over 30 years of experience in helping clients defend against indecent exposure allegations. We will work diligently to ensure the best possible defense strategy in your matter to help you avoid serving jail time or registering as a sex offender. Call us today at (877) 4-NO-JAIL. We will be there when you call.