Constitutional Law: Ginzburg as Precedent

There was little question about the quality of the movies that Robert A. Klor intended to produce. In 1964, he hired a couple of models named Candy Bunch and Lori Lorianne to "star" in two films, each of which depicted a single nude woman in poses that the Los Angeles prosecutor described as "invitations to sexual activity." After playing their parts, Candy and Lori became suspicious about Klor's plans for the films, and they called the cops. Three officers entered Klor's home under authority of an arrest warrant charging him with...

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