Judges of the Georgia Court of Appeals last week said they must “reluctantly” issue an opinion that may make it more difficult for the state to prosecute people who look at child pornography.
A three-judge panel on June 21 reversed the conviction of a North Georgia man on 106 counts of sexual exploitation of children because, the judges found, prosecutors didn’t prove that the man knew he had pornographic images stored in his computer hard drive.
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