Keir Starmer's Obscene Solution
Today the Director of Public Prosecutions issued "Guidelines on prosecuting cases involving communications sent via social media".
They arrived after a consultation period, including round-table discussions with the DPP. I attended the discussion for legal professionals. I asked two questions: how would "indecent" and "obscene" be defined, interpreted and therefore applied?
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OBSCENITY TRIAL: “Would you welcome an Anal Prolapse?”
This blog on consent to sexual acts and representations was written a week after Michael Peacock's acquittal and addresses the CPS' guidelines on the OPA six-months prior to Simon Walsh's Trial.
“Would you welcome an Anal Prolapse?”
This question was put in open Court in the obscenity trial of the decade, R v Peacock, by prosecution counsel Mr Timothy Forster, in cross-examining the defence expert witness in pornography, Dr Clarissa Smith.
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