Re: Film review
- From: "Shmuel (Seymour J.) Metz" <spamtrap@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 04 Nov 2005 07:34:02 -0500
In <dkduum$2vl7$1@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>, on 11/03/2005
at 09:20 PM, wollman@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx (Garrett Wollman)
>I note adultery is also a felony in Michigan (but would presumably
>fall under the /Lawrence/ doctrine if ever prosecuted). Blasphemy,
>cursing, and swearing are only misdemeanors.
How do they define blasphemy? Would they prosecute a minister of one
religion for conducting services that members of another religion
>It's illegal to furnish a minor with "newspapers, pamphlets or other
>printed paper devoted to the publication of criminal news, police
>reports, or criminal deeds".
So a child who is the victim of a criminal act, or who is accused of
one, has no access to court records relevant to his case?
>Another misdemeanor prohibits using "indecent, immoral, obscene,
>vulgar or insulting language" in the presence of a woman or child.
Again, does the statute objectively define what those adjectives mean?
>Seduction is a felony.
Defined how? Have they ever prosecuted a female for seducing a
male? If not, why not?
 You woo her with flowers and candy. She consents to marry you,
then the door bursts open and they carry you off in handcuffs.
 Or they wait for the actual wedding to arrest you. That gives them
a more airtight case.
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