PORTLAND, Maine (NEWS CENTER) - The Maine Supreme Court today heard oral arguments in the Kennebunk Zumba prostitution case.
The state is appealing the superior court judge's decision that threw out 46 invasion of privacy counts against Thomaston businessman Mark Strong. The decision by the high court could make or break the state's case against Strong.
The matter before the high court revolves around a law passed by the legislature protecting people's privacy and what a reasonable expectation people have towards privacy.
In arguing to get the 46 invasion of privacy charges reinstated against Mark Strong the prosecutor told justices that when people go to places such as bathrooms, tanning booths or other places where they disrobe they should expect privacy.