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Protective Order Sought in $6.4M Seizure Case

Mon, Jul 19 2010 06:15pm PDT
Mansef Inc. and Premium Services Inc. have filed a joint protective order motion seeking to seal government-requested interrogatories and documents.

Australian Sex Party to Launch National Election Campaign

Mon, Jul 19 2010 05:00pm PDT
The Australian Sex Party will launch its national campaign on July 20 in Melbourne.

Lucas Files Suit Against 65 Bit Torrent Users

Mon, Jul 19 2010 02:00pm PDT
Producer and performer Michael Lucas has filed suit seeking to put a halt to the file-sharing of "Missing," the gay suspense thriller filmed on location in Barcelona.

Private Media Group Announces Berth Milton as CEO

Mon, Jul 19 2010 12:15pm PDT
Private Media Group has announced that, effective immediately, Berth Milton has assumed the role of acting CEO of the company.

FSC Comments on Dismissal of Stagliano Obscenity Trial

Fri, Jul 16 2010 03:00pm PDT
The Free Speech Coalition (FSC) has issued its comments on today's dismissal of the John Stagliano and Evil Angel Productions, Inc. obscenity trial.

Judge Dismisses Stagliano Obscenity Case

Fri, Jul 16 2010 02:00pm PDT
A federal judge has ruled that the John Stagliano case is over. The government didn't meet burden of proof on any of the counts.

Stagliano Trial Prosecutors Rest Case

Fri, Jul 16 2010 11:45am PDT
The government rested its case today in the obscenity trial of John Stagliano but not before a prosecutor for the government, Pamela Satterfield, had been put into a tough bind.

Isaacs Could Face Obscenity Trial as Early as October

Fri, Jul 16 2010 11:00am PDT
A federal judge has calendared an Aug. 2 trial setting and status conference for Ira Isaacs, who faces multiple obscenity-related charges.

Funds Seized in Dirty D Search Warrant to Be Returned

Fri, Jul 16 2010 09:00am PDT
A Florida judge has ordered authorities to return about $63,000 in seized funds during the execution of a search warrant at Dirty D's home in March.

Stagliano Judge to Rule on Whether Case Should Continue

Fri, Jul 16 2010 08:00am PDT
The federal judge in the John Stagliano obscenity case will decide today whether the government has met its burden of proof to continue its case.
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