New Hampshire criminal law prohibits indecent exposure. The crime is defined in RSA 645:1 as fornicating, exposing ones genitals or performing any act of gross lewdness under circumstances which the actors knows or should know would cause affront or alarm. The conduct that will satisfy this definition is very broad.
Indecent exposure is a misdemeanor, but if there is someone under the age of 16, or if the actor has prior convictions it can be a felony.
A conviction may also trigger registration requirements and the registration list is public. Therefore an accusation of this sort must be taken very seriously.
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