Updated: Tuesday, 17 Aug 2010, 10:47 AM CDT
Published : Monday, 16 Aug 2010, 1:00 PM CDT
BAY MINETTE, Alabama (WALA) - Dana Stegall, a Baldwin County man currently serving time for flashing two teenage girls, is before the judge again. This time, he's appealing his conviction.
Stegall, dubbed the 'Serial Flasher' by prosecutors, has been in and out of jail since 1991 for a laundry list of charges. Here's a list of just some of them from over the years:
06/27/91 Public Lewdness
07/30/91 Harassing Communications, Public Lewdness
02/21/92 Indecent Exposure, Contempt of Court
02/27/92 Reckless Endangerment
09/11/92 Indecent Exposure, Resisting Arrest, Harassing Communications, Escape 2nd
07/20/94 Indecent Exposure
01/16/96 Indecent Exposure
04/10/02 Indecent Exposure
08/26/02 Indecent Exposure
09/04/02 Indecent Exposure, Harassment
09/26/03 Indecent Exposure
05/13/04 Indecent Exposure
07/08/04 Indecent Exposure
03/17/05 Fugitive From Justice
02/20/06 Indecent Exposure
02/23/06 Distribution of Obscene Material
10/11/06 Distribution of Obscene Material, Indecent Exposure
02/17/10 Indecent Exposure
In Stegall's original indecent exposure case, he was found guilty. Monday, the same thing happened in his appeal case.
"There wasn't a whole lot of wiggle room to deny the allegations that he exposed himself," said Haymes Snedecker, Loxley prosecutor.
Back in February, he went to jail accused of exposing himself to a woman at a Loxley gas station.
A municipal judge found him guilty in that case. So he made an appeal at the circuit court level, where a jury found him guilty once again.
FOX10 News spoke with this victim in early 2010, who said the look in his eyes left a lasting impression on her.
"It's stressful, very very stressful, but you either deal with it now or you can either put it off and put it on the next generation," said the victim.
Stegall will serve another six months in jail for the crime.
Indecent exposure is considered a misdemeanor. So the maximum punishment Stegall could get is a year in jail.
Stegall was already in jail for his latest stunt, flashing two teenage girls. He was sentenced to two consecutive one year terms.
"I hope this sends a strong message to people who may be inclined to engage in this crime - that we do view it as a serious crime in Baldwin County, and we'll make every effort to prosecute," said Baldwin County District Attorney Judy Newcomb shortly after Stegall's sentencing in April 2010.
Throughout this entire process, Stegall has denied any wrongdoing.
FOX10 News tried to talk to Stegall and his attorney, but both said no.
Local lawmakers say they'll push for a tougher penalty during the next legislative session.