Late frontman was convicted of indecent exposure in Florida in 1969
The Doors‘ Jim Morrison could finally be set for a posthumous pardon over a conviction of indecent exposure.
The late frontman was convicted of exposing himself onstage at a show in Miami in 1969.
Despite the charge, Morrison denied doing anything wrong and was appealing the conviction when he suffered a fatal heart attack in Paris in 1971.
As TheHill.com reports, outgoing Florida governor Charlie Crist has promised to revisit the case after fans of the singer launched a petition back in 2007.
Florida‘s Board of Executive Clemency will meet on December 9 to make the decision, a day after what would have been Morrison‘s 67th birthday.