Stephen Miller, vice chair of Cozen O'Connor's White Collar Defense & Investigations practice, and William Lesser, of the Commercial Litigation department, discuss internet restrictions on registered sex offenders in The Legal Intelligencer. Lester Gerard Packingham Jr. celebrated the dismissal of a traffic ticket by posting "G-d is Good" on Facebook. He was then arrested and convicted of a felony for this post—North Carolina law prohibits registered sex offenders to access social media sites open to children. Now, the justices of the Supreme Court will determine whether this North Carolina law violates the First Amendment.
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