A relatively new area of law that involves the use of unregulated technology, voyeurism can be hard to prove in court. To secure a conviction the prosecution is required to demonstrate how a particular circumstance gave rise to a reasonable expectation of privacy as well as the fact that the recording was taken for a sexual purpose.
If you have been charged with voyeurism, your ultimate goal should be to resolve the case without a trial. A trial carries with it the risk of being found guilty and a voyeurism conviction will damage not only your name and your reputation, but any current and future potential opportunities. With the legal assistance of Vishal Sharma, resolution before going to trial is a real possibility, meaning that your name will be protected long before it reaches public scrutiny.