Miami Voyeurism Defense Attorney
Legal Consequences for a Voyeurism Charge
Voyeurism is the willful act of spying on other individuals while they
are engaged in an intimate or private moment. These private moments could
include undressing, bathing, or activities of a sexual nature. Acts such
as voyeurism are considered an invasion of an individual's reasonable
expectation of privacy. As a first degree misdemeanor, a voyeurism conviction
could land you in prison for up 364 days. If you or someone you know is
accused of a voyeurism related offense, it is essential that you seek
out the advice and guidance of a
Miami sex crime lawyer.
Understanding Voyeurism Laws
In a voyeurism case, the court must prove that the alleged victim had a
reasonable expectation of privacy. In this regard, watching an individual
in a public place is not considered an illegal act of voyeurism. However,
voyeurism charges can be brought against someone if the individual spied
upon was in a vehicle, building, or residence and the offending party
had to go out of his or her way to witness the event. Photographing, filming,
videotaping, or recording another individual during a private moment without
his or her consent is also considered voyeurism. No matter what the circumstances
of your case may be, a qualified defense attorney can negotiate on your
behalf to have your charges dropped or you sentence lightened.
Choose an Experienced Sex Crime Lawyer Serving Miami
In voyeurism cases, you need to hire an attorney with the knowledge and
experience necessary to pursue a favorable outcome. Attorney Michael Mirer
has extensive experience not only as a defense attorney but also as a
prosecutor. With a firsthand perspective of how prosecutors approach these
kinds of cases, attorney Mirer can anticipate a prosecutor's strategy
and defend against that strategy accordingly. You can rest assured that
your case will be handled with the dedication, professionalism, and enthusiasm
it deserves. Call Attorney Mirer today.
Contact a Miami sex crime attorney
if you face voyeurism charges.