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According to a February decision by the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals, the equal protection clause of the 14th amendment means that a woman may go topless in any place that a man may go topless. After seeing this, Krokos thought it would be a good way for her to cool down as well.
A neighbor was apparently quite bothered by this, though, as police showed up hours later with a summons. When she explained the recent decision of the Denver-based 10th Circuit Court of Appeals to Officer Greg Harris in a recorded conversation, he was loathe to believe her.
He did admit to having heard "rumor" of the court's ruling, but wouldn't accept Krokos' word. Despite her best efforts to fight the citation, including filing an official complaint, Krokos was still issued a summons to appear in court.
She said no local attorneys would take her case; none wanted to fight the city. Once she retained legal counsel, the city of Loveland suddenly wanted to let the charge drop, but Krokos decided to continue the fight. Krokos' struggle still isn't over, even though the matter has now been settled with the city. She recently decided to lay in the yard topless and was pleasantly surprised thst no police turned up.
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