Salt Lake Tribune Cites Eugene Volokh’s Role in First Amendment Utah Case

The Salt Lake Tribune cited Professor Eugene Volokh’s role in a Utah case in which a man received an obscenity-related conviction for mailing nude drawings to his five-year-old daughter. Volokh and other attorneys asked the Supreme Court to take the case and create a benchmark precedent for what materials should be considered harmful to minors, which resulted in the court siding with the man’s defense that his drawings should be allowed under the First Amendment. “The speech was constitutionally protected,” said Volokh.

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