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About Indecent Exposure – Article 120c, UCMJ
The Maximum Punishment for Indecent Exposure, Article 120c, UCMJ is:
- Dishonorable Discharge
- Total Forfeiture of all pay and allowances
- Confinement for 1 year
- Reduction to the grade of E-1
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Sample Specification for Indecent Exposure – Article 120c, UCMJ
In that TSgt Gary Hornet, US Air Force, did at or near Andrews Air Force Base, MD, on or about May 5, 2023, intentionally expose his genitalia, in an indecent manner, to wit: on stage in front of a class of fifth grade students during career day at Cross Creek Middle School.
Elements of Indecent Exposure – Article 120c, UCMJ
Each element must be proven beyond a reasonable doubt by the prosecution.
(1) That (state the time and place alleged), the accused exposed (his) (her) [(genitalia) (anus) (buttocks) (female areola) (female nipple)];
(2) That such exposure was done in an indecent manner; and
(3) That such exposure was intentional.
Definitions and Other Instructions for Indecent Exposure – Article 120c, UCMJ
“Indecent manner” means conduct that amounts to a form of immorality relating to sexual impurity which is grossly vulgar, obscene, and repugnant to common propriety, and tends to excite sexual desire or deprave morals with respect to sexual relations.
“Intentional” means willful or on purpose. An act done as the result of a mistake or accident is not done “intentionally.”
NOTE 1: On the issue of whether the exposure was indecent, if raised by the evidence, the Military Judge should give the following instruction, specifically tailored to the evidence in the case:
In determining whether an intentional exposure was indecent, you should consider all the facts and circumstances surrounding the exposure. Specifically, factors you should consider include but are not limited to: (whether the person witnessing the exposure consented to the exposure); (the age of the accused and the person(s) witnessing the exposure); (whether the exposure was made in a public or private setting); (proximity of age between the accused and the alleged victim); (and) (prior relationship between the accused and the alleged victim).
NOTE 2: Other instructions. Instruction 7-3, Circumstantial Evidence (Intent), Instruction 6-5, Partial Mental Responsibility, Instruction 5-17, Evidence Negating Mens Rea, and Instruction 5-12, Voluntary Intoxication, may be appropriate, as bearing on the issue of intent.
Military sex crimes include:
- Aggravated Sexual Contact
- Sexual Assault
- Abusive Sexual contact
- Forcible Pandering
- Indecent Act
- Deposit of Obscene Matters – Article 120a, UCMJ
- Rape of a Child under Article 120b
- Sexual Abuse of a Child under Article 120b UCMJ
- Sexual Assault of a Child
- Indecent Viewing, Indecent Recording, or Broadcasting/Distribution of an
- Indecent Recording
- Indecent Exposure
- Child Pornography Offenses
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Child Indecent Exposure in the Military
Military statutes include numerous sexual offenses. Military laws try to capture every possible human activity related to sexual misbehavior and deviance. However, military sex crimes can be divided into subcategories such as rape, sexual assault, abusive sexual contact, child sex crimes, indecent exposure, and child pornography crimes.
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If you or a loved one are suspected of a military sex assault or if you are facing an administrative separation, NJP, show cause board, letter of reprimand, then call our military defense attorneys today.
The accused service member and his or her future is our main concern. Our military criminal defense lawyers maintain smaller caseloads than the usual free defense attorney so that we can concentrate on each client individually. Your trial will not be outsourced to a random lawyer, and we will not coerce you into taking a dive at the last minute. Our court martial attorneys have contested Army court-martial and administrative separation (ADSEP) cases in the United States and worldwide.