Criminal Defense Lawyer Help Those Facing Voyeurism (O.R.C. 2907.08) Charges
Voyeurism (O.R.C. 2907.08) is the act of committing trespass or otherwise invading a person’s privacy for the purpose of spying, eavesdropping, filming, or otherwise recording another, for the purposes of sexual gratification or arousal.
It is usually charged as a misdemeanor offense, except where the victim is a minor in a state of nudity, which is a fifth degree felony and carries a maximum sentence of 12 months.