for Jo C
i was with my friend looking for a place to park up.
We found what i thought was a discrete location at the back of a retail park.
the road was a dead end at the bottom and was about 1/4 mile from main road with bends so could not be seen. we parked at the bottom. we passed a man in a vehicle who was facing towards the main road, he was about 50/100 yards away.
everything was very quiet, she proceeded to give me oral. When we finnished we sat there talking. the poice turned up and said a security officer seen us on cctv
They then charged us with Outraging Public Decency I think he called it.
We denied everything
What is my position
For Jo C
What is the level of proof they need in order to obtain a conviction.
Is this a serious offence
if convicted does it warrent entry onto sex offenders register
would the guy on the cctv count as one person?
is it classed as a criminal offence and if so do i need to specify it when i go abroad USA etc
what are the possible sentences, from lowest to highest
in you experience, do you think it is likely under the circumstances this would be considered lewd
thank you for your help even though not really waht i wanted to hear. Dont suppose you know ang good solicitors in manchester?
just one last q, why are you in EST time zone ?
I trust you quallified in english law and you still practice here?
to Jo C
excellent service was a little sceptical but well worth it would use you again.
Thats if i dont get locked up
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