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Vulgar Emails Not ‘Obscene’ (access required)

A husband’s emails to his estranged wife accusing her of soliciting sex on Craigslist and calling her a “coke whore baby killing prostitute” were not “obscene” under the definition of obscenity approved by the General Assembly, and the Supreme Court of Virginia vacates the husband’s conviction for harassment by computer in violation of Va. Code ...

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