Sufficiency of the evidence
The State alleged that 14 year old defendant lay partially naked to expose himself on the family locker room floor of a YMCA, partly under the partition of a closed shower stall that a 14 year old girl was using to change into her swimsuit. The trial court adjudicated defendant delinquent on charges of interference with privacy, indecent exposure, and fifth degree criminal sexual conduct. Defendant appealed the adjudication, arguing that the State did not meet its burden of proof beyond a reasonable doubt. The Minnesota Court of Appeals held that the trial evidence supported the challenged elements of each charge. Affirmed.
In re S.A., A17-0959, Blue Earth County.
Lynne Torgerson, Esq. was not attorney of record in this case.