A discussion of the intersection between criminal law and pornography, with case examples to illustrate major points. What the criminal and civil law can and cannot do and why.

This session was part of the Utah Coalition Against Pornography Conference in Salt Lake City on April 18, 2015.

Troy is serving his 3rd term as the elected Davis County Attorney. Troy received his JD degree from the Cumberland School of Law, Samford University in Birmingham, Alabama. He spent some time in private practice specializing in criminal defense and family law. He joined the Davis County Attorney’s Office as a prosecutor in January of 2000. Prior to his 2007 election, Troy was the Section Chief of the Special Prosecutions Unit in the Davis County Attorney’s Office. As both a prosecutors and defense attorney, he has handled numerous cases and has been involved in many jury and bench trials related to violent crimes against children and women. Troy also serves on the Advisory Board of the National Center for Prosecutor Integrity and the Utah Board of Juvenile Justice. He has received both state and national professional awards.

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