George Davis, a veteran body freedom activist, is set to stand trial Tuesday on a charge of indecent exposure for a naked speech he made, or attempted to make, this year on the National Mall in Washington. Capitol Building around noon on May 1 with plans to disrobe, make a speech and pose for a sketch artist. A spokesman from the office of the attorney general, which acts as the district attorney for prosecutions in the District of Columbia, declined to comment. Davis has proclaimed his innocence on the indecent-exposure charge, saying nudity in and of itself is not a lewd act. If convicted, he faces up to 90 days in jail, a prospect he said he is ready to face in the name of artistic expression. Kale Williams is a San Francisco Chronicle staff writer.
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