Sunday, January 27, 2008

Outrageous Disgusting Oklahoma Law

AP-OK--Porn Cases-Ruling 0132

Appeals court clarifies how child porn cases are tried


OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) _ State prosecutors say a ruling from the
state Court of Criminal Appeals will affect every child pornography
case they prosecute.
The court says only one count can be filed when porn is found on
digital or magnetic storage devices such as a CD-ROM no matter how
many separate pornographic images or photographs are on the device.
The ruling comes in the case of James Cheyenne Brown who was
convicted of 100 counts of possessing child porn after hundreds of
pornographic images were found on nine disks in his possession.
The court dismissed 91 of the counts and cut Brown's prison
sentence from 50 to four-and-a-half years.
Prosecutors say they cannot appeal the ruling but legislators
could be asked to change the child pornography law.

(Copyright 2008 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

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