SCOTUS refuses to address child porn law

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November 28, 2011
Christian Science Monitor    
Posted in LAND News, News, PND News

"The US Supreme Court declined on Monday to hear an appeal examining whether an individual convicted of possessing child pornography can be forced to pay potentially millions of dollars in restitution to a child victim identified in the seized images, even when he or she had no contact with the child. The action leaves unresolved conflicting interpretations of a federal restitution statute." (11/28/11)  


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