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Criminal Practice – Non-contact child porn victims entitled to restitution (access required)

A defendant waived his right to appeal an award of $100,000 restitution to his child victim, but the district court’s reasons for denying restitution to other, non-contact victims contradicted U.S. Supreme Court precedent. Background Appellant Mario Dillard used computer programs that allowed him to view, download, and upload child pornography. One website required him to post child ...

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