Cozen O’Connor: Court Grapples With Internet Restrictions on Registered Sex Offenders [The Legal Intelligencer]

Court Grapples With Internet Restrictions on Registered Sex Offenders [The Legal Intelligencer]

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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William Lesser

Associate

wlesser@cozen.com

(212) 453-3808

Stephen A. Miller

Co-Chair, White Collar Defense & Investigations

samiller@cozen.com

(215) 665-4736


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