What is Video Voyeurism, Video Voyeurism Dissemination, or Commercial Video Voyeurism Involving Certain Aged Minors or Defendants in Florida?

The crime of Commercial Video Voyeurism, Video Voyeurism Dissemination, or Commercial Video Voyeurism Involving Certain Aged Minors or Defendants is a Second Degree Felony that is punishable by 15 years in prison and a $10,000 fine.

This crime occurs when:

  1. Determine what type of video voyeurism is charged. See our Florida Crimes page for additional elements.
  2. At the time, the person viewed/recorded victim, used imaging device to secretly view/record victim, disseminated/transferred the image of victim, or sold the image of the victim.
  3. The person was 18 years of age or older and was responsible for the welfare of the victim under the age of 16 or the person was 18 years of age or older and was employed at a school, where the victim was a student.

Some possible defenses to Video Voyeurism, Video Voyeurism Dissemination, or Commercial Video Voyeurism Involving Certain Aged Minors or Defendants are: 

Some of the defenses to Commercial Video Voyeurism, Video Voyeurism Dissemination, or Commercial Video Voyeurism Involving Certain Aged Minors or Defendants are:

  • Did not meet the required elements of video voyeurism.
  • The person was under the age of 18. 
  • The victim was over the age of 16.

Contact Criminal Defense Attorney Glenn M. Swiatek for a Free Initial Consultation

If you have been arrested or believe you will soon be arrested for the offense of Video Voyeurism, Video Voyeurism Dissemination, or Commercial Video Voyeurism Involving Certain Aged Minors or Defendants in Destin, Shalimar, Crestview, Ft. Walton Beach or other areas of Northwest Florida please call us today at (850) 609‑0940 or contact us online.

Initial Office Consults are free, and I will make myself available to suit your schedule. Get the peace of mind that an attorney with over twenty-three years of criminal law experience can bring.

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