Former baseball All-Star Lenny Dykstra was charged last week with two counts
of Indecent Exposure. Dykstra is accused of placing ads on the website
Craigslist.com, seeking a personal assistant or housekeeping services.
The applicants claimed that when they arrived, Dykstra told them that
the job duties also included massage services and that he then removed
his clothes and exposed himself to the women. Dykstra is set to be arraigned
on the charges next week.
Indecent Exposure is a broad charge that can cover a number of different circumstances,
including everything from flashing to urinating in public. In Nevada,
a first offense Indecent Exposure is a gross misdemeanor, meaning that
it is punishable by up to a year in county jail. A second or subsequent
offense is a felony, and is punishable by up to four (4) years in prison.
In addition, Indecent Exposure is considered a "sex offense"
under Nevada law and can subject the offender to related consequences.
If you or someone you know has been arrested or charged with Indecent Exposure
or a similar offense, it is important that you contact a
Las Vegas Criminal Defense Attorney right away. The Las Vegas Criminal Defense Lawyer can assist you in analyzing
the facts of your case, identifying applicable defenses and providing
you with the most aggressive defense strategy possible to protect your