Category Archives: Child Pornography

NACDL Podcast on the new Sentencing Commission Report on Child Pornography


Issues in Child Pornography Law & Sentencing. We speak  with two of the nation’s leading experts in this area — Michael  Iacopino, co-chair of NACDL’s Sex Offender Policy Committee and an attorney  in private practice based in Manchester, New Hampshire. … Continue reading

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Notable New Child Porn Case


Over the weekend, experienced lawyer and federal sentencing guru Mark Allenbaugh (firm website here) alerted me to what he called a “new and (again) excellent opinion by Judge Jack Weinstein” in U.S. v. D.M., 12-CR-170 (EDNY May 1, 2013) (available … Continue reading

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Disney worker accused of distributing child porn


A Disney employee at Fort Wilderness is accused of sharing child porn with an undercover officer. The Florida Department of Law Enforcement said 28-year-old Kentriale Barnes admitted that he’s been looking at child porn for a few years and knows … Continue reading

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USSC Report on Federal Child Pornography Offenses Report to Congress


This comprehensive report by the United States Sentencing Commission examines federal sentencing policy in child pornography cases. It focuses primarily on non-production offenses under USSG §2G2.2. One chapter also analyzes production of child pornography offenses under USSG §2G2.1. This report … Continue reading

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