A Lawrence County, Pa., Court of Common Pleas judge ruled that opening on Flag Day will cost an adult entertainment store its license for one year in the latest of the store’s legal tussles with local law enforcement.

In Boron v. Pulaski Township Board of Supervisors, PICS Case No. 07-1139 (C.P. Lawrence, July 10, 2007) Motto, D. (7 pages), President Judge Dominick Motto denied Adultland XXX owner Eric Boron’s appeal to reverse Pulaski Township, Pa.’s one-year revocation of the store’s sexually oriented business license.

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