A Third Circuit panel on Wednesday upheld the constitutionality of aNew Jersey law barring pornographic materials from imprisoned repetitivesexual offenders.

The ruling reversed a July 1998 decision by a federal judge in Newarkwho concluded that the law aimed at inmates in the Adult Diagnostic andTreatment Center in Avenel had too narrow an impact on rehabilitation tojustify breaching First Amendment rights.

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