Morrison Plea Deal
The Levy County School Board Member who was charged with lewd behavior in a Santa Fe College bathroom has agreed to a deferred prosecution agreement.
Billy Morrison was arrested in mid-October after he exposed himself through a hole in the bathroom stall to a police officer.
The deferred prosecution agreement has four parts.
Morrison must break no laws for six months, make a 100 dollar charitable contribution or perform 10 hours of community service, pay 50 dollars in prosecution costs and undergo a mental health evaluation and adhere to any treatment that is prescribed.
If he meets the terms, the lewdness charge is dropped.
"In a lot of ways, we get great accountability through deferred prosecution agreements than if it were to go forward. There are hundreds of them that are signed every year by first time misdemeanor offenders through Alachua County."
Mann says if Morrison breaks any terms of the agreement, the prosecution will go on as before.
Morrison did not return our calls but has given no indication of plans to resign from the Levy County School Board.
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