He's pleaded guilty to peeking at women in three different cases, but now 43-year-old Cedric Simpson says he's innocent in the new allegations against him.
Simpson is suspected of going into women's restrooms and peeking over the stalls. When he was out on a personal bond for a July case in Mount Clemens, Simpson was arrested for allegedly doing the same thing in the city of Troy.
Now, prosecutors are hoping a judge will allow them to introduce Simpson's prior convictions to a jury. His attorney is arguing against it.
“It’s my contention that this evidence is so prejudicial that if it’s presented to the jury, they’ll just convict him and not consider the fact of this particular case,” Steven Freers, Simpson's defense attorney.
Simpson's bond has now been set at a quarter-million dollars.
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