Mary Leary, professor, law, was quoted in a National Catholic Register story on the politics of pornography. See below.
The Politics of Pornography
From: National Catholic Register
Date: Aug. 29, 2016
Author: Brian Fraga
... Most state-level district attorneys, faced with limited resources, have chosen not to prosecute adult obscenity cases but have instead, often aggressively, gone after child pornography, which is illegal, does not enjoy First Amendment protections and is by and large rejected by the general public.
“When I was a prosecutor, I was sympathetic to the judgement call that if I have to choose between obscenity and a child pornography case, I’m going to go with the child pornography case because that’s a real child being victimized there,” Leary said. ...
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