Florida law defines various types of "voyeurism" under Section 810.14 of the Florida Statute and includes penalties and punishments for video voyeurism, video voyeurism dissemination after an image is created, and video voyeurism for a commercial purpose.

The term voyeurism includes someone using a hidden camera in a bathroom or dressing room. The term also covers behavior commonly associated with a "peeping tom." Because of the impulsive nature of the offense, juveniles between the age of 14 and 17 are often charged with voyeurism.

Because voyeurism is generally considered a "sexually motivated" crime, even the mere allegation can have serious indirect consequences. Talk with an experienced attorney to find out what you need to do now to protect yourself from the allegation. Learn more about important defenses that might apply to your case.

Contact an attorney at Plotnick Law, P. A. to discuss defenses to this serious criminal offense or voyeurism or video voyeurism. We focus exclusively on criminal defense. Our offices are located in St. Petersburg, Clearwater, Tampa in Hillsborough County  and Bradenton in Manatee County.

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