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You have started 5 threads. Three of your threads were reported to, and removed by, the moderator of this forum. Two of your threads were deleted by you after you received several responses to your numerous questions.

I recommend that you now find an attorney in your area to whom you can address any remaining questions about indecent exposure charges in Arizona. You can see if the attorney will entertain your theories as to why the defendant is in the position he currently finds himself in.

Indecent exposure can be charged as a misdemeanor (first offense) or a felony (more than one conviction). Here is a link to the law: https://www.azleg.gov/ars/13/01402.htm

Arizona defamation law requires publication of an unprivileged false statement of fact that demonstrably injures a reputation for which compensable damages can be awarded. Here is a link to an overview of the law: http://www.dmlp.org/legal-guide/arizona-defamation-law

In Arizona, filing a knowingly false police report is a Class 1 misdemeanor which can result in 6 months in jail, a $2500 fine, 3 years probation. Here is a link to the law:

Here is a link to the law on Arizona perjury (telling falsehoods when sworn to tell the truth): https://www.azleg.gov/ars/13/02702.htm

“Privilege,” which is an immunity from civil action, can cover false statements made to the police and false statements uttered in court or in relation to a judicial proceeding. For a qualified privilege to be defeated, actual malice must be shown.

Good luck.

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