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Chapter 7 Textbook Notes

That can be explained by situation and place

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that can be explained by situation and place - Statutory rape and incest - Father-daughter incest is most common - Elder abuse - Intimate personal violence - Battered person syndrome - Stalking - Terrorism [civil disorders, political terrorism, nonpolitical terrorism, quasi terrorism, limited political terrorism, official or state terrorism] - Stockholm syndrome - USA Patriot Act - Department of Homeland Security - Transportation Security Administration - Shadow of sexual assault - Virginia v. Black – defendants were convicted in two separate cases of violating a Virginia statute against cross burning - Parker v. District of Columbia – the panel of justices held that the strict gun control statute of the District was too broad - Brady Bill – 5 day waiting period for purchasing handguns - Hard-core pornography may cause violent behavior - Prurient interest is defined legally as a shameful or morbid interest in nudity, sex, or excretion - Reno v. American Civil Liberties Union – aimed at preventing minors from accessing porn on the Internet - Ashcroft v. The Free Speech Coalition – some provisions of the Child Porn Prevention Act violated the 1 st Amendment - Virtual child porn - Prosecutorial Remedies and Other Tools to End the Exploitation of Children Today Act of 2003 (PROTECT Act) - United States v. Williams – federal court in Alabama reversed the pandering conviction of Williams and upheld his conviction for possession of child porn
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