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Charges of Lewd Wanton and Lascivious Behavior Withdrawn at Clerk Magistrate Hearing
The defendant is a professional living just outside of Portland, Maine. In early September of 2018 he came to Massachusetts to attend the Pearl Jam concert. He got a flat tire on a highway and pulled off the highway to check the status of the flat. While doing so the man began to urinate in a residential driveway. The homeowner saw our client's genitalia and the act. She complained that her young children had seen this activity. She called the police. The defendant left and drove on the flat tire to a nearby tire store. The police located him there and questioned him. He admitted to having committed this crime and a summons for a clerk magistrate hearing for violating G.L. c. 272 Section 53, lewd, wanton and lascivious behavior issued. Attorney Neyman was hired. Today, at the clerk magistrate hearing, we were able to get the charges withdrawn.
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