Clay White works as a staff attorney for a Superior Court judge in metropolitan Atlanta, Georgia. He obtained an undergraduate degree from the University of Georgia and a Juris Doctorate and a Master’s in Business Administration from Georgia State University. Before accepting his current position, he conducted civil and criminal jury trials in state and federal courts, and argued appellate issues before the Georgia Supreme Court, the Georgia Court of Appeals and the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals.
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Indecent exposure laws prohibit exposing private body parts in certain circumstances. Learn more about the crime here, including penalties, defenses, and common questions.
Public lewdness refers to indecent or obscene behavior in public. These laws protect society from public conduct considered immoral and inappropriate.
Law enforcement officers routinely ask people for their names and other identifying information. Police may ask for the information as part of a specific criminal investigation.
Resisting arrest occurs when a person interferes with a law enforcement officer’s attempt to perform a lawful arrest. Some states call the crime “obstruction.”
Illegal dumping has become an increasingly large problem throughout the United States. Offenders often dump late at night to avoid the cost and inconvenience of proper waste disposal.