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Sexting: Consequences & The Law With Joe Gutheinz

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As a defense attorney he is running into problems with clients who are stopped for one thing and then turn their cell phones over to the police. Sure enough, sexually explicit pictures changed hands, and my client is holding the hot potato.  The law is trying to catch up with sexting and in some cases people are finding themselves being sent what constitutes child por.nog.raphy. As this is primarily a teenager/young adult problem police departments are running into a unique problem with their recruits. Recruits are having problems with the lie detector tests and background investigations, as both males and females recruits are confronted with the fact that their youthful fun time with cell phones may be a violation of law.

Special notes: The reason Joe Gutheinz brought up moon rocks, is that he was contacted by a newspaper in the nation of Cyprus. A scandal involving the Cyprus Goodwill Moon Rock, worth 5 million dollars, is about to break. Short story long. In 1973 and 1974 when the Nixon Administration sent over an Apollo Goodwill Moon Rock to be presented to Cyprus that country was in the midst of riots and terrorist attacks, which left our Ambassador to that country dead. An American kept the Cyprus Goodwill Moon Rock, which both countries believed had been given to Cyprus and either lost or destroyed. In 2003, the person who had it became known to United States but we did not notify Cyprus. Early last year that Moon Rock was recovered by NASA OIG, my former agency...
Sexting: Consequences & The Law with Joe Gutheinz

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