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  • Possession of Child Pornography- the Curious Case of Jared Fogle
    Possession of Child Pornography- the Curious Case of Jared Fogle "the Subway guy"

    A person is guilty of possession of child pornography for the mere knowing control of the item in Pennsylvania. As recently reported on July 8, 2015, by Mark O'Mara reporting for CNN - Jared Fogle, ...

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  • Sexual Abuse of Children and the Intent Necessary to Convict
    Sexual Abuse of Children and the Intent Necessary to Convict

    The Supreme Court of PA held that accessing and viewing child pornography over the internet constituted "control" of such pornography under applicable Pennsylvania statute . www.outsidethebeltway.com ...

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  • Use of a Computer Forensic Expert in Child Pornography Cases
    Use of a Computer Forensic Expert in Child Pornography Cases

    Should we or shouldn't we retain an expert? One of the first things that I discuss with a client is whether or not we should retain our own computer expert. The prosecution certainly has theirs. The ...

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  • 'Sexting' Statute Declared Void for Vagueness
    'Sexting' Statute Declared Void for Vagueness

    A trial court in Lehigh County recently declared the Sexual Abuse of Children statute Constitutionally infirm as applied to a juvenile. In re C. S., 2012 Pa. Dist. & Cnty. Dec. LEXIS 403 (Pa. County ...

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  • Child Pornography and File Sharing
    Child Pornography and File Sharing

    The sentencing differential between possession of child pornography and distribution can be as many as 15 to 20 years File sharing software as a "default setting" stores numerous files, images, videos ...

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  • Proposed Rule Changes for Sexual Assault Victims
    Proposed Rule Changes for Sexual Assault Victims

    New Rule Would Allow an Expert to "Explain" Victim's Behavior By Attorney Elisabeth Pasqualini, Criminal Law Division Leader, Harrisburg, PA The House Judiciary Committee recently approved House Bill ...

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