When Joseph Jenkins went on vacation in May 2009, he brought his collection of child pornography with him. That decision led to a prison sentence so severe that a federal appeals court yesterday deemed it “substantively unreasonable” in a decision that shows how mindlessly punitive federal sentencing guidelines for child pornography offfenses have become. Canadian […]
6th Circuit Court of Appeals case — Does v Snyder In late August the U.S. 6th Circuit Court of Appeals handed down a ruling that has registrants and lawyers around the country excited. The case, Does v. Snyder, challenged various parts of Michigan’s sex offense registration law. Six individuals using the last name “Doe” won, the […]
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