Two Republican lawmakers in Wisconsin say it's not against state law to solicit sexually explicit photographs of children but clearly should be.
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In a case that lies at the intersection of child-pornography law and restitution law, the Court of Appeals concluded that the mother of a victim of child pornography could not obtain restitution from an offender.Read More »
A former Wisconsin Department of Justice supervisor who was fired for letting dozens of online child pornography cases to languish reached a settlement with the state Wednesday that calls for Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen to apologize to him.Read More »
A Wisconsin Justice Department agent and her supervisor have lost their jobs after an internal investigation found they let child pornography cases languish for months, allowing at least one suspect to allegedly sexually assault a child before he was apprehended, Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen said Wednesday.Read More »
The justices of the U.S. Supreme Court are struggling 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.Read More »