Utah Judge Rules Against Topless Woman

A husband and wife had both removed their tops while installing drywall in their own garage when her stepchildren came in. She was charged with three counts of lewdness involving a child. These charges could carry a sentence of up to one year in jail and ten years on the sex offender registry. Being on this registry would prevent her from seeing her step children.
A Salt Lake City judge, Kara Pettit, rejected a challenge to these charges that the law was unconstitutional, saying, “The Court finds the government has an important interest in enacting laws to protect the health, safety, welfare, and morality of children, and to prevent them from being exposed to lewdness,”
You can read more about this case in Utah Judge Rules Against Woman Who Was Topless in Her Own Garage