THE APPELLATE COURT SAID:
NO

The Appellate Court stated that:

...the evidence is insufficient to support the finding of indecent exposure because there is no evidence that he bared his buttocks "lewdly."  ...Dallas may have been guilty of some other offense (see [Penal Code] 370, 372), and he certainly exhibited bad judgment and poor taste -- but the trial court's findings [that he did not act lewdly] make it clear that Dallas did not violate section 314.
The California Appellate Court overturned the lower court's guilty verdict and published their opinion on December 21, 2000 as In re Dallas W. (2000).



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