Monthly Archives: August 2013

United States v. Stanley, 2013 WL 3770713 (C.A.4 (MD)), July 2013

Appellant was the subject of a typical ICAC undercover operation detecting IP Addresses using peer-to-peer file sharing programs (Frostwire) to download and share child exploitation images.  Upon executing a search warrant at Appellant’s house, Appellant asked permission to go back … Continue reading

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Free Speech Coalition v. Holder, 2013 WL 3761077 (E.D.Pa.)) July 2013

The same plaintiffs who brought you Ashcroft v. Free Speech Coalition are yet again in court.  This time attempting to get 18 U.S.C. § 2257 and §2257A as well as their corresponding regulations (imposing recordkeeping, labeling, and inspection requirements) struck … Continue reading

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State of Ohio v. Willard, 2013 WL 3582679 (Ohio App. 8 Dist.)), July 2013

Appellant, who had a prior conviction for pandering obscenities involving a minor, pled no contest to 21 counts of an indictment after Appellant’s brother turned him in for showing adult pornography to Appellant’s brother’s children.  Appellant appealed his conviction arguing … Continue reading

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United States v. Kindrick, 2013 WL 3491392 (W. D. Mo.) July 2013

Defendant, appearing pro se, plead guilty to possession of child pornography in violation of 18 U.S.C. §2252(a)(4), and was sentenced to 240 months imprisonment.  On appeal, he claimed, inter alia, the prosecution failed to show a jurisdictional nexus between his … Continue reading

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United States v. Kreitzer, 2013 WL 3479245 (S.D. Ohio), July 2013

Ohio gets two appearances this month for case law related to search warrants for child pornography.  Kreitzer is based on defendant’s motion to suppress the evidence seized from his home as well as to suppress the multiple incriminating statements he … Continue reading

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