CHICAGO-(AEAE)-First Amendment advocates applauded the U.S. Supreme Court's ruling Tuesday striking down a federal law that made it a crime to create, sell or possess certain depictions of animal cruelty. Chief Justice John Roberts Jr., writing for an 8-1 majority, called the law a "criminal prohibition of alarming breadth," and sharply criticized the government's defense of the law. STOLLER spend 37days in the Cook County Jail last summer from June 8 until July 15, 2010 for the “crime” of publishing speech on his blog. Stoller is confident that the Illinois Appellate will reverse Illinois Divorce Court Judge Carol K. Bellows decision that landed Stoller unlawfully in the Cook County Jail. He has filed a Section 1983 Complaint against the Illinois Cook County Department of Corrections, Thomas Dart, the Cook County Sheriff as well as the other defendants, who he still is barred from mentioning their names on this blog until of course the Appellate court strikes down Bellows unconstitutional decision. Click here for the entire story http://www.law.com/jsp/article.jsp?id=1202448350014&src=EMC-Email&et=editorial&bu=Law.com&pt=LAWCOM%20Newswire&cn=NW_20100421&kw=High%20Court%20Strikes%20Down%20Animal%20Cruelty%20Law%20on%20First%20Amendment%20Grounds
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