Topic: Free Speech Coalition
The Supreme Court Monday rejected an appeal to overturn a conviction for producing child pornography. The defendant argued that the images – of children's faces morphed on adults – did not involve sexual activity by minors and so were protected by the First Amendment.
01/11/2010 03:05 pm
The Supreme Court allows a 2003 law dealing with 'virtual' child porn that some thought was too broad.
05/20/2008 01:00 am