Obscenity and Pronography - Print: Books, Magazines, and Newspapers

Court upholds federal law against child porn, January 2000, (24:1) p. 3

Paper sues for documents used in city official’s firing (St. Petersburg), August 1998 (22:8), p. 2

Court upholds obscenity convictions against comic book author (Clearwater), August 1996 (20:8), p. 1

Boiled Angel artist fined for obscenity (Clearwater), May 1994 (18:5), p. 3

X-rated shops file federal lawsuits against the city of St. Petersburg, March 1994 (18:3), p. 4

Comic artist facing obscenity charges (Largo), May 1995 (17:5), p. 4

Comic book store owner cleared of felony charges (Gainesville), April 1991 (15:4), p. 1

State drops charges for Playboy sale (Miramar), March 1991 (15:3), p. 5

Adult bookstore owner acquitted (Ft. Lauderdale), January 1991 (15:1), p. 4

Plea bargain leaves obscenity question (Orlando), October 1990 (14:8), p. 5

Adult comics seized, store owner arrested (Gainesville), October 1990 (14:8), p. 4

Paper not charged for distributing ‘Nasty’ lyrics (Fort Myers News Press), August-September 1990 (14:7), p. 5

Reader charges Herald news photo is legally obscene (Bradenton), June 1990 (14:5), p. 4

Two bookstore owners to drop lawsuits, a third files against the city over arrests, June 1987 (11:5), p. 3

A tale of two cities: bookstores file suit over arrests for selling obscene materials, May 1987 (11:4), p. 3

School board bans two classics as obscene: ACLU vows to sue, June 1986 (10:5), p. 3