A lawyer for a Florida man who walked behind a woman and snapped a photo up her skirt with his cell phone says his client did nothing wrong.
Bradenton police charged Keith Wilson with a misdemeanor count of voyeurism.
There's no expectation of privacy in a public place, said William Price, Wilson's attorney.
"The question is not whether it's OK or not OK. The question is whether it's proscribed by the law," Price said.
Paul Hudson, an attorney and former prosecutor, said there is an expectation of privacy under a dress.
"People want to feel like they're safe going into stores and people not looking up their clothing, so I think it hits home to a lot of people," Hudson said.