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July 28, 2010 - 11:43am

Case delayed for man charged with public lewdness

posted by Howard B. Owens in batavia, crime, Suzanne Corona.

Justin Amend, that man allegedly caught with his pants down in Farrall park, appeared in Batavia City Court today only to be told to reappear on Aug. 9.

There is no plea offer in the case yet.

Amend, an Oakfield resident, is charged with public lewdness, a Class B misdemeanor, for allegedly engaging in sexual intercourse with Suzanne Corona. Corona still faces adultery and public lewdness charges.

Assistant District Attorney Robert Zickl requested an evaluation of Amend by a counselor before he would make a plea offer.

Zickl has not had a chance to review the evaluation report yet, and he was unavailable for a court appearance today.

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I've been to the OJ School of Law and there aint no lewdness if nobody saw nudeness. Case dismissed.

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