Indiana Supreme Court Takes Up Mall Shoe-Cam Case

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) – The Indiana Supreme Court is taking up the case of a man who allegedly used a camera hidden in one of his shoes to shoot video under the skirts of teenage girls at an Indianapolis shopping mall.
The state's high court will hear oral arguments Thursday in the case of David Delagrange, a 44-year-old Fort Wayne man convicted of attempted child exploitation and sentenced in March 2012 to six months in prison.
Delagrange was arrested in February 2010 at an Indianapolis mall and found to have video images obtained from beneath the skirts of a 15-year-old girl and three 17-year-olds.

But the state appeals court threw out Delagrange's conviction in January, finding that to support that conviction state law requires the girls to have exposed their genitals.