This morning the Supreme Court rejected a challenge to the a federal law prohibiting soliciting the sale or purchase of child pornography by a vote of 7-2. Justice Scalia wrote the majority opinion. Justice Stevens wrote a concurrence, joined by Justice Breyer (both of whom also joined the Scalia majority). Justice Souter dissented, joined by Justice Ginsburg. The opinions in United States v. Williams are available here, courtesy of SCOTUSblog.
Related Posts (on one page):
- Supreme Court Recognizes Solicitation / Offer to Commit Crime Exception to the First Amendment:
- Brief Guide to the First Amendment and Sexually Themed Speech:
- BREAKING -- Court Upholds Child Porn Law 7-2: