Editorial: Mandatory Minimums And Child Pornography

The Connecticut Law Tribune

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We understand that legislators find it difficult to vote for legislation that would in any way appear to be favorable to persons who possess child pornography. However, the current state of legislative sanctions for these types of offenses leads to injustice and is contrary to sound criminal-justice policy. We urge the legislature to review these statutes and provide for the potential of suspended sentences in these kinds of cases.

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