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CASE ENTRY

Doe v. Landry

The Fifth Circuit considers the titillating question of whether Louisiana can prohibit erotic dancers between the ages of 18 and 20 from exposing their breasts and buttocks and holds that, while the law is not overbroad, it is unconstitutionally vague because it doesn’t say how much “clothing” is sufficient. Preliminary injunction affirmed; the show will go on.


Tags: 2018, Fifth Circuit, First Amendment, Vagueness

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