Twin Cities attorney Clark Griffith sentenced in indecent exposure case

Clark Griffith has been sentenced to undergo sex-offender counseling after exposing himself earlier this year to a St. Paul law student, Ramsey County District Judge George Stephenson ruled Thursday. The 70-year-old Twin Cities attorney and son of former Twins owner Calvin Griffith entered an Alford plea of guilty to an indecent-exposure charge in June, and will not serve any jail time. The case could be dismissed in a year.
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Clark Griffith has been sentenced to undergo sex-offender counseling after exposing himself earlier this year to a St. Paul law student, Ramsey County District Judge George Stephenson ruled Thursday. The 70-year-old Twin Cities attorney and son of former Twins owner Calvin Griffith entered an Alford plea of guilty to an indecent-exposure charge in June, and will not serve any jail time. The case could be dismissed in a year.

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