Monday, July 5, 2010

Judge dismisses spam conviction

Forbes has a brief mention of a judge in Virginia dismissing a woman's spam conviction.

Ruling Tuesday, Judge Thomas D. Horne also said jurors may have gotten "lost" when navigating Virginia's new anti-spam law in the case of Jessica DeGroot. But Horne upheld the conviction of her brother, Jeremy Jaynes, who prosecutors said led the operation from his Raleigh, N.C., area home.

This came up the first time around here on Spamblogging - the first felony spam conviction.

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