No. 40150.

250 So.2d 891 (1971)

Lisa HOFFMAN, Appellant, v. Dale CARSON, As Sheriff of Duval County and the Consolidated City of Jacksonville, and T. Edward Austin, Jr., As State Attorney for the Fourth Judicial Circuit of Florida, Appellees.

Supreme Court of Florida.

July 7, 1971.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Joseph M. Glickstein, Jr., Jacksonville, for appellant.

James C. Rinaman, Jr., Gen. Counsel, David U. Tumin and Thomas R. Welch, Asst. Gen. Counsel, Jacksonville, for Dale Carson; Charles P. Pillans, III, Jacksonville, for T. Edward Austin, Jr., appellees.

CARLTON, Justice.

On three successive nights in July 1970, appellant Hoffman, a "go-go" dancer by trade, was arrested for violating Fla. Stat. § 800.03, F.S.A., by going totally nude and exposing her sex organs in the course of her performances at a Jacksonville cocktail lounge. Subsequently, she filed a complaint in Circuit Court, Duval County, in which she sought to have an injunction levied against the Sheriff, the City, and the State Prosecutor so as to restrain...


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