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Professor Paul Cassell argued before the United States Supreme Court in January 2014 in a case involving restitution for victims of child pornography crimes. Cassell represented “Amy,” a victim of child pornography. The case involveed a dispute over how to allocate the costs of Amy’s psychological counseling among the vast number of defendants who have been convicted of possessing Amy’s images. Several students from the College of Law travelled with Cassell for the argument, including third year students Jeremy Christiansen and Taylor Mosolf. Both were involved in helping to draft the brief for Amy.

 

More information:

today.law.utah.edu/2014/01/cassell-argues-for-victims-rights-before-united-states-supreme-court/
today.law.utah.edu/2013/09/college-of-law-students-contribute-to-cassell-win-in-victims-rights-case/

 

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