2. Additional Suggested Reading Materials

Part: 
Five
Chapter: 
2
  1. Criminal Prosecutions
    1. 18. Am. Jur. Proof of Facts, Obscenity-Motion Pictures, 465 (1971).
    2. Bates, F., Pornography and The Expert Witness, 20 Crim. L.Q. 250 (1978).
    3. Beckett and Bell, Community Standards: Admitting a Public Opinion Poll Into Evidence in an Obscenity Case, 84, Case and Comment 18 (1979).
    4. Binding Advisory Jury in Missouri Obscenity Cases, 45 U.M.K.C.L. Rev. 159 (1976).
    5. Brigman, The Controversial Role of the Expert in Obscenity Litigation, 7 Cap. U. L. Rev. 519 (1978).
    6. Cohen, F., Obscenity Cases: Anatomy of a Winning Defense, 14 Crim. L. Bull. 225 (1978).
    7. Comment, Expert Testimony in Obscenity Cases, 18 Hastings, L. J. 161 (1966).
    8. Community Standards in Obscenity Adjudication, 66 Cal. L. Rev. 1277 (1978).
    9. The Constitutionality of Admitting the Video Tape Testimony at Trial of Sexually Abused Children, 7 Whittier L. Rev. 639 (1985).
    10. Dewitt E. and Blackmar, C., Federal Jury Practice and Instructions (1970).
    11. Evidentiary and Procedural Trends in State Legislation and Other Emerging Issues in Child Sexual Abuse Cases, 89 Dick. L. Rev. 645 (1985).
    12. Frank, Obscenity: Some Problems of Values and the Use of Experts, 41 Was. L. Rev. 631 (1966).
    13. George, B.S., Jr., Obscenity Litigation: An Overview of Current Legal Controversies, National Journal of Criminal Defense. 189 (1977).
    14. Jury's Role in Criminal Obscenity Cases-A Closer Look, 28 Kan. L. Rev. 111 (1974).
    15. Kutz, E., Regulating Obscenity, 5 Whitt, L. Rev. 1 (1983).
    16. Lefcourt, G., et al., Obscenity Law (Practicing Law Institute Outline, 1974).
    17. Linz, D., Assessing Courtroom Performance from the Perspective of the Social Science Observer, The Trial Practice Attorney, and The "Jury Box". Annual Meeting of the Law and Society Association, Toronto, June, 1982.
    18. Linz, D., Penrod, S., Coates, D., Atkinson, M., Heuer, L., Herzberg, S., The Use of Experts in the Courtroom: Attorney Judgments of Expert Witness Credibility. Annual Meeting, Academy of Criminal Justice Science, March 1982.
    19. Mann, J., Fahringer Plays to a Hostile Court, 4 Am. Law 39 (Aug. 1982).
    20. Mayer, M.F., New Approach to Obscenity-The Conspiracy Doctrine, 21 St. Louis. U.L.J. 366 (1977).
    21. McCommon, P., Bull, B., Taylor, B., Preparation and Trial of an Obscenity Case: A Guide for Prosecuting Attorney, (1985).
    22. McGaffey, A Realistic Look at Expert Witnesses in Obscenity Cases, 69 N.W.U.L. Rev. 218 (1974).
    23. Munson Lentz, M., Comparison Evidence in Obscenity Trials, 15 U. Mich. J.L. Ref. 45 (1981).
    24. Note, Constitutional Law-Appellate Procedure in Obscenity, 52 U. Cin. L. Rev. 1131 (1983).
    25. Note, The Use of Expert Testimony in Obscenity Litigation, 1965 Wisc. L. Rev. 113 (1965).
    26. Pattern Jury Change, U.S. Fifth Circuit District Judge Association (1983).
    27. Penrod, S., Linz, D., Coates, D., Heur, L., Atkinson, M., Herzberg, S., First Impressions in the Courtroom: Juror Impressions of Prosecuting and Defense Attorneys in Voir Dire and Opening Statements. Annual Meeting, Academy of Criminal Justice Science, March, 1982.
    28. Prior Adversary Hearings on the Question of Obscenity, Colum. L. Rev. 1403 (1970).
    29. Prior Adversary Hearing: Solution to Procedural Due Process Problems in Obscenity Seizures, 46 N.Y.U. L. Rev. 80 (1971).
    30. Procedural Problems in the Seizure of Obscenity, 37 Albany L. Rev. 203 (1972).
    31. Requirement and Techniques for Holding an Adversary Hearing Prior to Seizure of Obscene Material, 48 N.C. L. Rev. 830 (1970).
    32. Rogge, Obscenity Litigation, 10 Am. Jur. Trials S50 (1965).
    33. Schauer, F., The Law of Obscenity (1976). (See specifically Chapters 13 and 17).
    34. Stern, Toward a Rationale for the Use of Expert Testimony in Obscenity Litigation, 20 Case West. Res. L. Rev. 527 (1969).
    35. Stevens, P., Community Standards and Federal Obscenity Prosecutions, 55 S. Cal. L. Rev. 693 (1982).
    36. Stoddart, C., Corporate Responsibility for Common Law Crime, 45 Crim. C. 35 (Feb. 1981).
    37. Stone, R., Obscenity Law Reform: Some Practical Problems, 130 New L. J. 872 (1980).
    38. Tuling, D., Defense of "Public Good", 129 New L. J. 299 (1979).
    39. Weaver, G., Handbook on the Prosecution of Obscenity Cases (1985).
    40. Waples, G. L., White, M.J., Choice of Community Standards in Federal Obscenity Proceedings: The Role of the Constitution and the Common Law, 64 Va. L. Rev. 399 (1978).
    41. Weinberg, R., The Right to a jury Trial in Obscenity Prosecution: A Sixth Amendment Analysis for a First Amendment Problem, 50 Fordham L. Rev. 1311 (1982).
    42. Young, R., Right to Counsel ... Conflict of Interests, A.B.A.J. 636 (May 1981).

     

  2. Civil Actions
    1. Albaugh, K., Regulation of Obscenity Through Nuisance Statute and Injunctive Remedies-the Prior Restraint Dilemma, 19 Wake Forest L. Rev. 7 (1983).
    2. Allen, P., Public Nuisances, Private Lawyers, 5 Cal. Law, 10 (Jul 1985).
    3. Annot., Pornoshops or Similar Places Disseminating Obscene Materials as Nuisance, 55 A.L.R. 3d 1134 (1974).
    4. Bodensteiner, I. and R. Berg Levinson, Civil Liberties: Adherence to Established Principles, 58 Chi-Kent L. Rev. 269 (1982).
    5. Forkosch, Obscenity, Copyright, and the Arts, 10 New. Eng. L. Rev. 1 (1974).
    6. Gorman, R., The Demise of Civil Nuisance Action in Obscenity Control, 14 Loy. U. Chi L. J. 31 (1982).
    7. Green, R., The Obscenity Defense to Copyright, 69 Ky. L. J. 161 (1980).
    8. Mayo, T., Land Use Control, 33 Syracuse L. Rev. 401 (1982).
    9. McWalters, T., An Attempt to Regulate Pornography Through Civil Rights Legislation: Is It Constitutional?, 16 U. Tol. L. Rev. 231 (1984).
    10. Nickerson, S. Injunctions Pursuant to Public Nuisance Obscenity Statutes and the Doctrine of Prior Restraint, 61 Wash. U.L.O. 775 (1983).
    11. Note, Community Standards, Class Actions, and Obscenity Under Miller v. California, 88 Harv. L. Rev. 1838 (1975).
    12. Note, Immorality, Obscenity and the Law of Copyright, 60 S. Dak. L. Rev. 109 (1961).
    13. Note, Private Ratings of Motion Pictures as a Basis for State Regulation, 59 Geo. L.J. 1205 (1971). Obscenity Not a Defense in Copyright Infringement Action, 5 Art. b L. 68 (Spr. 1980).
    14. Palumbo, N. Jr., Obscenity and Copyright: An Illustrious Past and Future?, 22 S. Tex. L.J. 87 (Wtr. 1982).
    15. Schneider, Authority of the Register of Copyrights to Deny Registration of a Claim to Copyright on the Ground of Obscenity, 51 Chi-Kent L. Rev. 691 (1975).
    16. Trachtman, J., Pornography, Padlocks, and Prior Restraints: the Constitutional Limits of the Nuisance Power, 58 N.Y.U. L. Rev. 1478 (1983).
    17. Trollope, A., Proceeding Against Defendant in Respect of Allegedly Obscene Film Where Trial of Same Issue Against Different Defendant Had Resulted in Acquittal-All Proceedings Capable of Being Brought Together Before Same Court-Whether Abuse of Process, Crim. L. Rev. 350 (June 1984).

     

  3. Statutes

     

    1. 18 U.S.C. S1461
    2. 18 U.S.C. S1462
    3. 18 U.S.C. S1463
    4. 18 U.S.C. S1464
    5. 18 U.S.C. S1465
    6. 18 U.S.C. S1735
    7. 18 U.S.C. S1736
    8. 18 U.S.C. S1737
    9. 18 U.S.C. S2251
    10. 18 U.S.C. S2252
    11. 18 U.S.C. S2253
    12. 18 U.S.C. S2254
    13. 19 U.S.C. S1305
    14. 39 U.S.C. S3008
    15. 39 U.S.C. S3011
    16. 47 U.S.C. S223
    17. 18 U.S.C. S1961
    18. 18 U.S.C. S1962
    19. 18 U.S.C. S1963
    20. 18 U.S.C. S1964
    21. 18 U.S.C. S1965
    22. 18 U.S.C. S1966
    23. 18 U.S.C. S1967
    24. 18 U.S.C. S1968

     

  4. Organizations

     

    1. National

       

      • Department of Justice
        Criminal Division
        Room 2107
        Washington, D.C. 20530
        (202) 633-2601

         

      • National Association of Attorneys General
        444 North Capital Street
        Washington, D.C.
        (202) 628-0435

         

      • American Bar Association
        750 North Lakeshore Drive
        Chicago, Illinois
        (312) 988-5000

         

      • Citizens for Decency Through Law, Inc.
        11000 North Scottsdale Road
        Suite 210
        Scottsdale, Arizona 85254
        (602) 483-8787

         

      • The American Civil Liberties Union
        122 Maryland Avenue, N.E.
        Washington, D.C. 20002
        Barry W. Lynn
        (202) 544-1681

         

      • National Federation For Decency
        P.O. Drawer 2440
        Tupelo, Mississippi 38803
        Don Wildmon, Director

         

      • Feminists Anti-Censorship Task Force
        Box 135
        660 Amsterdam Avenue
        New York, New York 10025
        Nan D. Hunter

         

      • Rene Guyon Society
        256 S. Robertson Blvd.
        Beverly Hills, California 90213
        Tim O'Hara

         

      • National Coalition Against Pornography, Inc.
        800 Compton Road
        Suite 9248
        Cincinnati, Ohio 45231

         

      • Morality in Media
        475 Riverside Drive
        New York, New York 10115

       

    2. State

       

      • State Attorney General
        (located in particular state capital)

         

      • State Bar Association
        (in particular state)