In what appears to be a growing area of criminal law, Colorado law enforcement are charging more and more people under the revenge porn law passed in 2014. As the law is relatively new and unknown, many alleged victims continue to seek civil remedies, but the trend is changing, exposing a large class of potential criminal defendants. For more, please see this article from the Denver Post.
Congressional Republicans, led by Lamar Smith of Texas, have yet to persuade the Department of Justice (DOJ) to prosecute leaders at Platte River Networks (PRN) for asserting their 5th Amendment rights (see DOJ's response: DOJ Letter Rebuffing Congress). The Eichner Law Firm represented PRN before Smith's Committee on Science, Space, and Technology in 2016.
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