If you are charged with violating the Maryland Peeping Tom Statute you face serious consequences. To be convicted of this crime the State must prove beyond a reasonable doubt that you, “with prurient intended to conduct or procure another to conduct visual surveillance of an individual in a private place without the consent of that individual.” Md. Code. 3-902(c).

If you are found guilty of this offense you will be guilty of a misdemeanor and could be punished by up to one year in jail.

In addition, if you are found guilty of this offense you will be required to register as a sex offender. Sex offender registration can lead to public shaming and loss of employment. The Seddiq Law Firm has experience with these types of charges and we offer free consultations. Call us at 301.513.7832 or email at justin.eisele@seddiqlaw.com