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1st Amendment rights of anonymous online antagonists
When charged for receiving payments as part of a kickback scheme, Stacey Jackson plead guilty. This pleading has effectively ended a dispute over the production of records relating to a pair of online pundits through NOLA.com. The federal appeals court ruled last Monday.

The question arose as part of a criminal defendant’s rights to due process under the 5th Amendment, and whether those rights should trump provisions for free-speech protection. The questions will have to wait for another case.

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