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- Defendant's motion to sever a public indecency charge from sexual battery charges was properly denied as there was sufficient evidence that the charges constituted a single scheme or plan to prey upon young victims and to satisfy the defendant's prurient desires since: (1) the sexual batteries and the public indecency all took place within a month's period of time and within a five-mile radius; (2) the three victims were between the ages of 20 and 29; (3) the defendant approached each victim in a public place and, after attempting to engage them in conversation of a sexual nature, behaved in a sexually aggressive manner; and (4) in one instance of sexual battery and in the public indecency incident, the defendant offered the victims money and fondled the defendant's person. Harmon v. State, 281 Ga. App. 35, 635 S.E.2d 348 (2006), cert. dismissed, No. S07C0386, 2007 Ga. LEXIS 137 (Ga. 2007).
- There is little difference in the effect on the public between lewd conduct in public areas and lewd conduct explicitly performed on a motion picture screen for viewing by the public. Evans Theatre Corp. v. Slaton, 227 Ga. 377, 180 S.E.2d 712, cert. denied, 404 U.S. 950, 92 S. Ct. 281, 30 L. Ed. 2d 267 (1971).
- When a little girl, playing in her backyard with her rabbit, hears a "thumping" or "tapping" and then turns to see the private genitals of her nude next-door neighbor, the test of "lewd" under O.C.G.A. 16-6-8 is met. Collins v. State, 160 Ga. App. 680, 288 S.E.2d 43 (1981).
- Defendant's conviction for affray in violation of O.C.G.A. 16-11-32 was reversed because the altercation occurred in the Hall County Jail, which was not a "public place" as required for conviction pursuant to O.C.G.A. 16-1-3(15) and16-6-8(d). Singletary v. State, 310 Ga. App. 570, 713 S.E.2d 698 (2011).
- Evidence that the defendant would come home from work, pull off clothes and become exposed in front of the window "[j]ust to get a thrill" was sufficient to support conviction for public indecency although the act was committed in a private residence. Hester v. State, 164 Ga. App. 871, 298 S.E.2d 292 (1982).
- In prosecution for public indecency, although an apartment may come within definition of "public place," in such case, state must show that defendant was visible from outside of apartment. McGee v. State, 165 Ga. App. 423, 299 S.E.2d 573 (1983).
Evidence that defendant was observed masturbating in the television-viewing room in a correctional institution was sufficient to support conviction of public indecency. Minor v. State, 232 Ga. App. 246, 501 S.E.2d 576 (1998).
- When the defendant appeared nude in the presence of a teenage female babysitter in the marital bedroom and bathroom at his home, the evidence indicated that the defendant by his own behavior converted his bedroom and bath from a private zone to a public place, where his nudity might reasonably be expected to be viewed by people other than members of his family or household, and thereby supports his conviction and sentence for public indecency. Greene v. State, 191 Ga. App. 149, 381 S.E.2d 310, cert. denied, 191 Ga. App. 922, 381 S.E.2d 310 (1989).
- When the defendant allegedly committed a single lewd act in the presence of two minors, but was charged with two separate counts of public indecency, the trial court correctly ordered that prosecution would proceed as to one count only since the two minors were not the victims of the alleged crime but were merely the witnesses through whom the state was prepared to prove the defendant's guilt of an affront to public decency. State v. Chrisopoulos, 198 Ga. App. 876, 403 S.E.2d 460 (1991).
Evidence of urinating on the ground in a shopping center parking lot is sufficient to support a conviction of making a lewd appearance in a state of partial nudity in a public place. Clark v. State, 169 Ga. App. 535, 313 S.E.2d 748 (1984).
- After police responded to a 911 call about a naked man who was seen running through a backyard, the suspect threatened to kill an officer and began walking toward the officer, and the officer shot and killed the suspect, the officer was entitled to qualified immunity as to a Fourth Amendment excessive force claim because an objective officer in the officer's situation could have believed reasonably that the suspect posed an immediate threat to the officer's safety. Furthermore, the officer was acting inside the scope of the officer's discretionary authority when the shooting occurred because even if the officer was outside the officer's jurisdiction, the officer was authorized by Georgia law to conduct a warrantless arrest since the suspect was committing an offense, public indecency in violation of O.C.G.A. 16-6-8, within the officer's presence. Wilson v. Miller, 650 Fed. Appx. 676 (11th Cir. 2016)(Unpublished).
Trial court properly admitted similar transaction evidence to show a defendant's course of conduct and intent in the defendant's trial for public indecency and sexual battery as in each of the similar transactions, defendant approached someone previously unknown to the defendant in a public place, attempted to talk to the person, and then engaged in sexually inappropriate behavior; in the sexual battery incidents and one similar transaction, the defendant either bit or licked the victims on their buttocks while the victims were shopping and in the public indecency incident and two of the similar transactions, the defendant exposed the defendant's person. Harmon v. State, 281 Ga. App. 35, 635 S.E.2d 348 (2006), cert. dismissed, No. S07C0386, 2007 Ga. LEXIS 137 (Ga. 2007).
Witness's testimony that the witness awoke during the night and found that someone had removed a screen from the window of the witness's apartment, that the witness saw someone when the witness looked outside, that the witness was able to see defendant's face and noticed that the defendant was naked when the defendant moved near a neighbor's porch light, and that police apprehended defendant near the witness's residence a short time later and found that the defendant possessed property belonging to another person who had the screen outside that person's window removed was sufficient to sustain defendant's convictions on charges of burglary with the intent to commit theft and public indecency. Heard v. State, 268 Ga. App. 718, 603 S.E.2d 69 (2004).
Evidence establishing that a witness noticed the defendant masturbating on a bench outside a mall department store and could clearly see the defendant's exposed penis was sufficient to support the defendant's conviction for public indecency by a lewd exposure of the defendant's sexual organs. Douglas v. State, 330 Ga. App. 549, 768 S.E.2d 526 (2015).
Victim's testimony that the victim saw the defendant pull the defendant's erect penis from the defendant's pants and begin to masturbate was sufficient to prove the defendant committed the offense of public indecency by a lewd exposure of the defendant's sexual organs and by a lewd appearance in a state of partial nudity. Moton v. State, 332 Ga. App. 303, 772 S.E.2d 396 (2015).
- Because defendant pled guilty to four misdemeanor counts of public indecency, O.C.G.A. 16-6-8, based on one lewd act witnessed by several school children, and willingly and knowingly accepted the specified sentences as to the four counts, the defendant waived any claim before the habeas court that there was in fact only one act and that the resulting sentences were void on double jeopardy grounds. Turner v. State, 284 Ga. 494, 668 S.E.2d 692 (2008).
- Whether the act giving rise to a charge of public indecency was performed in a "public place" within the meaning of O.C.G.A. 16-6-8 was a question of fact which the trial court properly left for the jury's resolution. Collins v. State, 191 Ga. App. 289, 381 S.E.2d 430 (1989).
- Failure to instruct the jury on the definition of "public place" did not amount to plain error as the defendant's genitalia were clearly exposed on a bench outside a shopping mall and seen by a person unrelated to the defendant. Douglas v. State, 330 Ga. App. 549, 768 S.E.2d 526 (2015).
- Defendant was properly convicted of a felony on a public indecency charge and sentenced to serve five years to serve on that charge as the defendant had two prior public indecency convictions; the trial court was required to sentence the defendant as a felon rather than a misdemeanant. Harmon v. State, 281 Ga. App. 35, 635 S.E.2d 348 (2006), cert. dismissed, No. S07C0386, 2007 Ga. LEXIS 137 (Ga. 2007).
- Probation condition stating that "Defendant will remain appropriately clothed when in public and when the potential for public view exists" imposed substantially the same requirements as those imposed by Georgia's public indecency law, and was sufficiently specific and definite. Tyler v. State, 279 Ga. App. 809, 632 S.E.2d 716 (2006), cert. denied, No. S06C1818, 2006 Ga. LEXIS 810 (Ga. 2006), overruled on other grounds, Schofield v. Holsey, 281 Ga. 809, 642 S.E.2d 56 (2007), overruled on other grounds by State v. Lane, 2020 Ga. LEXIS 98 (Ga. 2020).
- Appellant was not entitled to a writ of habeas corpus after serving four 12-month sentences of probation for four counts of public indecency under O.C.G.A. 16-6-8 related to an incident in which the appellant began to masturbate while alongside a school bus as the appellant failed to show adverse collateral consequences as the appellant only made a bald claim that being sentenced on four counts of public indecency, as opposed to one, created more difficulty in finding employment; based on the plea agreement, the merger of the charges was expressly rejected by the appellant in order to effectuate the negotiated pleas to a misdemeanor. Turner v. State, 284 Ga. 494, 668 S.E.2d 692 (2008). 041b061a72