Reuters: A U.S. appeals court on Monday revived a lawsuit brought by members of the adult entertainment industry which challenges federal laws requiring pornography producers to report the ages of all performers.
| Free Speech Coalition v Attorney General, No. 10-4085 (3rd Cir. April 16, 2012) (Before SCIRICA, RENDELL, and SMITH, Circuit Judges. )
United States v. Grober, No 09-1318 (3rd Cir. Oct. 26, 2010)
3rd Circuit: Search warrant is not stale where it was based on child porn accessed four months earlier
U.S. v. Vosburgh, No. 08-4702, 2010 WL 1542340 (3rd Cir. April 20, 2010)
Attempt to download, tendency to “hoard,” sufficient basis for child porn warrant.
Miller v. Mitchell, No. 09-2144 (3rd Cir. March 17, 2010)?
“The case is the first in the country to challenge the constitutionality of bringing child pornography charges in the context of sexting.”
U.S. v. Heckman, No. 08-3844 (3rd Cir. Jan. 11, 2009)
3rd Circuit vacates as too restrictive lifetime internet ban for transportation of child pornography.
A man who was indicted as the leader of a child pornography ring in Delaware has lost an appeal that challenged both his 20-year prison term and a ban on using the Internet for another decade after he is released . . . But the decision in United States v. Thielemann [No. 08-2335] . . . helps define . . . how far judges can go in crafting the ‘conditions of release’ . . . “