Bill would address Supreme Court ruling on porn victims

The Washington Times

James Marsh, a longtime advocate for restitution for child-pornography victims, said the 5-4 April Paroline ruling forces "victims to forever chase defendants and recover next to nothing." The new bill, however, "creates a practical process" that ensures timely restitution for victims and "puts the burden on defendants, where it belongs," he wrote on the Marsh Law Firm's ChildLaw blog

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