SCOTUScast 11-1-07 featuring Glenn Reynolds

United States v. Williams

November 1, 2007

Glenn Reynolds

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 SCOTUScast 11-1-07 featuring Glenn Reynolds - MP3
Running Time: 00:5:17

Bio for Glenn Reynolds

On October 30th, the Supreme Court heard oral arguments for United States v. Williams.  The Court was asked to consider whether section 2252A(a)(3)(B) of Title 18 U.S.C., which prohibits knowingly advertising, promoting, presenting, distributing or soliciting material in a manner that reflects the belief, or is intended to cause another to believe, that the material is illegal child pornography, is overly broad and impermissibly vague, and thus facially unconstitutional.  In this episode of SCOTUScast, Professor Glenn Reynolds of the University of Tennessee College of Law, and of, discusses the case.  In an upcoming episode of SCOTUScast, Bill Saunders of the Family Research Council offers some different thoughts on United States v. Williams.

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