Last month, we had the wonderful opportunity of being co-counsel with H. The trial was an obscenity prosecution of Mr. Little and Max World Entertainment, Inc. Unfortunately, the verdict did not go as we had hoped that it would. After one and a half days of deliberations and the jury sending a note back that they were hopelessly deadlocked, the jury ultimately returned a verdict of guilty on all counts. Regardless of the content of the clips and DVDs, obviously the verdict was quite disappointing.
Internet Video. Practically from the moment court convened this morning before Judge Susan C. Bucklew in the case of United States v. At primary issue was the government's contention that it was not required to show all of the footage on the five DVDs which it had charged as being obscene.
Subscriber Account active since. We know that if you publish pornographic material on the Internet, federal prosecutors can choose to bring trial against you almost anywhere in the nation. And if Paul F. Little sold DVDs over the Internet the Tampa Tribune describes as including "scenes of vomiting, violence and urination.