charles Brownstein, head of the Comic Book Legal Defence Fund, interviewed about the win in the Gordon Lee case.
"After a healthy amount of venting, and much analysis, we decided that a misconduct motion should be brought, and that it should cover everything up to and including the mistrial. Cory went to work on it, and filed in December. And it is a work of savage legal beauty. Cory is one of the best legal writers I've ever known, and she really earned her pay on this one."
And in case any one reading has not been following the story, a minor saw the following picture and the resultant lawsuit cost over $100,000 to defend before the judge dismissed the case.
I just found this news item from 2004: Mexico town bans indoor nudity
A council member who opposes the idea says he's not sure how it'll be enforced. But a councilwoman who supports it says she's confident that citizens who catch a glimpse of violators while walking past their windows will report them to police — even though the law also threatens jail for peeping Toms. She describes the law as "zero tolerance" for "a lack of morality."