First Amendment

Revenge Porn and the First Amendment

When Revenge Porn and the First Amendment Collide

Sometimes referred to as “revenge porn” or “nonconsensual pornography,” the act of sharing intimate images of another without their consent has the potential to create both criminal and civil penalties in California. Civil claims, governed by California Civil Code section …

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Court sides with President Trump supporters in riot civil rights lawsuit

The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals sided with attorney Harmeet Dhillon’s clients in the San Jose anti-President Trump riot civil rights lawsuit filed in 2016. The decision denies qualified immunity to the San Jose police officials who Dhillon says forced …

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