Constitutional Law Criminal Law Litigation

When is a Cellphone a Computer? When it is Used for “Sexting” According to a NY Appeals Court

It used to be an old adage in NY criminal jurisprudence that penal statutes had to be “strictly construed.” The reasoning behind this made sense. If we were going to punish people and possibly put them behind bars, then we should put them on notice of the exact type of conduct that would put them […]