Contact Meyer Van Severen, S.C at (414) 270-0202 to discuss your exposing genitals, pubic area, or intimate parts case

Exposing genitals, pubic area, or intimate parts is a crime in Wisconsin.  Although not listed in the statute title, this prohibition applies specifically to cases involving children.  Criminal defense firm Meyer Van Severen, S.C. defends this crime.  Our criminal defense attorneys, Matthew R. Meyer and Benjamin Van Severen, have defended individuals facing this charge.


What is exposing genitals, pubic area, or intimate parts?

The crime is committed when the defendant “for purposes of sexual arousal or sexual gratification, causes a child to expose genitals, pubic area, or intimate parts or exposes genitals, pubic area, or intimate parts to a child…”  Exposing genitals, pubic area, or intimate parts is prohibited by Section 948.10 of the Wisconsin Statutes.

Exposing genitals, pubic area, or intimate parts is a Class I felony.  In certain circumstances it’s a Class A misdemeanor.  Those circumstances include: The defendant was a child when the violation occurred; or, at the time of the violation the defendant was under 19 years old and was not more than 4 years older than the chid.  Exposing genitals, pubic area, or intimate parts is not a crime if the defendant is married to the victim.


How do I win my exposing genitals, pubic area, or intimate parts case?

All criminal cases are different.  And all criminal cases require different defenses.  Your case could involve illegal police actions, a lying witness, or any number of different issues.  We take each case and craft an aggressive criminal defense.  Once we figure out the plan of attack in your case we aggressively pursue it.  At your initial consultation you and one of our criminal defense attorneys can begin to figure out how to win your case.


Meyer Van Severen, S.C. defends exposing genitals, pubic area, or intimate parts cases

If you’re facing a criminal offense in Wisconsin, our criminal defense attorneys believe that your first call should be to a private criminal defense firm.  Our law firm defends this charge, and we’re available for a free initial consultation.  Contact Meyer Van Severen, S.C. at (414) 270-0202 to discuss your case today.