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Justices grapple with proximate cause in child porn case (access required)

WASHINGTON — The justices of the U.S. Supreme Court struggled to determine how mandatory statutory damages to victims of child pornography should be allocated among those convicted of possessing and viewing the material, and what proof is required to establish liability. The central issue in Paroline v. U.S., No. 12-8561, is whether the Sexual Exploitation of ...

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