Supreme Court considers who should pay damages to child-porn victim

Los Angeles Times

On Wednesday, the Supreme Court was asked to decide whether the Crime Victims' Rights Act of 2004 should allow Amy, now in her mid-20s, to collect from Paroline $3.4 million in damages - the amount she estimates she needs to compensate for the psychological injuries that arose from her abuse.

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