“A man started shooting inside a strip club, killing two people and wounding two others, including a topless dancer, before patrons wrestled the gunman to the floor, police said Monday.”
Arizona v. Windsor, No. 2 CA-CR 2009-0090, 2010 WL 1215064 (Ariz. App. Div. 2, March 30, 2010)
Remote downloading of child pornography constitutes “duplication” rather than “receiving.”
TriValley Central: “The Board of Supervisors unanimously approved a zoning ordinance amendment on Jan. 20 that would change the designation of adult entertainment and adult service providers to adult-oriented businesses and would require a new zoning category that would limit where they may be located.”
Arizona Court of Appeals: Residents’ personal knowledge and experience adequately supported denial of SOB use permit
Treulich’s Plaza, LLC v. City of Phoenix, No. 1 CA-CV 09-0025, 2009 WL 4981478 (Ariz. App. Div. 1, Dec. 22, 2009)
U.S. v. Kilbride, No. 07-10528 (9th Cir., Oct 28, 2009)
FindLaw: “An Arizona couple had to regain custody of their children after Wal-Mart employees and local authorities deemed their bath time photos child pornography. Their horror story has many wondering: what exactly constitutes child pornography?”
Crime Impact Studies by Municipal and State Governments on Harmful Secondary Effects of Sexually Oriented Businesses.
Arizona v. Stummer, No. CR-07-0429-PR, 2008 WL 4501937 (Ariz. October 9, 2008)
Arizona Supreme Court remands hours of operation case for futher fact-finding in light of a newly articulated “secondary effects” test.
Arizona Appellate Court holds that internet “cache” can establish “knowing possession” and “control” of child pornography
State of Arizona v. Michael Jensen, No. CR2004-020949-001 DT, 217 Ariz. 345 (Ariz. App. Div. 1, January 15, 2008)
Images automatically saved to a hard drive in the course of defendant’s search for child pornography were sufficient to sustain his conviction for “knowingly possessing” and “controlling” child pornography.
Adult Use Study: Part 1: Analysis of Ordinances of Twenty Other Local Governments, Part 2: Field Survey and Analysis of Businesses, Part 3: Results of Neighborhood Surveys, Part 4: Concluding Policy Analysis and Recommendations