Burnsv.Honigman, Miller, Schwartz Cohn

Not overruled or negatively treated on appealinfoCoverage
Supreme Court of MichiganMay 31, 1996
451 Mich. 909 (Mich. 1996)

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  • finding that child pornography "is a form of sexual abuse which can result in physical or psychological harm, or both, to the children involved."

    Summary of this case from U.S. v. Frabizio

  • finding a strong link between pedophilic behavior and child pornography

    Summary of this case from U.S. v. Hersh

  • setting out Congressional finding that “the creation or distribution of child pornography which includes an image of a recognizable minor invades the child's privacy and reputational interests, since images that are created showing a child's face or other identifiable feature on a body engaging in sexually explicit conduct can haunt the minor for years to come”

    Summary of this case from United States v. Klug

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No. 104208.

May 31, 1996.


Leave to Appeal Denied May 31, 1996:

Court of Appeals No. 171364.


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