Polk County Obscenity Case Could Go to Trial

The Polk County obscenity case involving store owner Minakashiben Patel could go to trial, her Lawrence Walters lawyer says.

Patel last month was charged with 10 counts each of distribution of obscenity and possession of obscenity with intent to sell after detectives purchased adult movies at the Sunoco Superway No. 6 gas station and convenience store she owns in Dundee, Fla.

Patel has pleaded not guilty to the charges.

Adult industry attorney Lawrence Walters, Patel’s attorney of record, told www.XBIZ.com on that his firm is investigating the facts of the case and engaging in “standard potential plea negotiations” with the state attorney’s office.


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