Todd Gavin, an eye doctor in Minnesota, was recently on trial for having women take off their shirts... during eye exams. Prosecutors felt this was an open and shut case. They believed that Gavin clearly took advantage of the two young female patients and that he betrayed a professional trust by convincing them that they needed the breast exams. Both women recalled leaving the exam room feeling violated, but Gavin's defense team argued that the women had simply misunderstood his methods. Gavin has 20 years of experience and had never been accused of impropriety before. Facing two felony and two gross misdemeanor charges stemming from the 2010 incidents, a jury has ruled that Todd Gavin is NOT GUILTY of the charges. Therefore he remains a free man-- for now.