by David A. Cmelik Law PLC
Iowa Code Sec. 709.9 defines Indecent Exposure as follows:
A person who exposes the person's genitals or pubes to another not the person's spouse, or who commits a sex act in the presence of or view of a third person, commits a serious misdemeanor, if:
1. The person does so to arouse or satisfy the sexual desires of either party; and
2. The person knows or reasonably should know that the act is offensive to the viewer.
Indecent exposure requires sex offender registration for 10 years and special sentence parole for 10 years unless judgment is deferred.
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