Saturday, December 19, 2009

Man Arrested For Being Naked in His Own House Found Guilty

The man arrested for being naked in his own house was convicted. I have not had time to read the ruling yet, but it appears that my previous analysis may have been correct and that he was visible from a public area as the testimony was he was standing in his open door. He is appealing.

"The Fairfax County man who was arrested for being naked -- in his home -- was found guilty Friday of indecent exposure, but the judge did not fine him or sentence him to jail.
Yvette Dean testified that about two hours later, at 8:40 a.m., she and her son were walking single file on a footpath near the side of Williamson's home. Dean said she heard "a rattling sound that distracted me." She looked over and saw Williamson standing in a doorway, holding open the screen door with one hand, and made eye contact with him.
O'Flaherty sentenced him to 180 days in jail, all suspended for one year. He imposed no fine, just court costs of about $72, which Williamson didn't have to pay because he appealed."

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