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The Doctors are joined by co-host of “Face The Truth” Judge Mary Chrzanowski to discuss a case of epic poo-portions! An ex-New Jersey superintendent plead guilty to defecating on school property. The superintendent said he had a case of runner’s diarrhea.
The man is now suing the local police department after they leaked his mugshot to the public. He is seeking up to a million dollars in damages. Judge Mary says she is fascinated that the local police spent time and energy looking for the person defecating on school property.
ER physician Dr. Travis Stork says medically speaking, he’d like to give the man the benefit of the doubt. However, as dermatologist Dr. Sonia Batra points out, the man did this several times, and it was at the rival high school.
From a legal perspective, Judge Mary says she doesn’t think his case will go far because he pleaded guilty. Mugshots were used as an investigative tool and it is a public record. If he was acquitted or the charges were dropped, then it comes down to the individual states who need to create laws that pictures and anything to do with the arrest needs to be removed.