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“Revenge Porn” is the nonconsensual publication or sharing of sexual images or videos. It has received a great deal of attention in the media and in the courthouse. Often, lawyers are asked by victims for help in getting the unwanted content removed from social media sites and from the hands of private parties only to find that their state has no express prohibition against the activity. Sites may assert First Amendment rights to publish the images or videos they received. Law enforcement agencies often do not take the complaint seriously, especially if the victims took the images or videos themselves and shared it with a trusted partner who then re-published it without permission. This course will help you answer your clients’ questions about what can be done and provide concrete methods to obtain relief on behalf of your clients.
Oscar Michelen, Esq.
October 17, 2019
A View from the Bench
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Elimination of Bias in Relation to Opioids (On-Demand)
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