American Civil Liberties Union v. Miller
Significance, Legal Action Created Politically Diverse Group Of Plaintiffs, Jurisdiction A Question Of Precedent, A Question Of First Amendment Rights
American Civil Liberties Union of Georgia (ACLU), The AIDS Survival Project, The Atlanta Free Thought Society, Atlanta Veterans Alliance, Community ConneXion, Electronic Frontier Foundation, Electronic Frontiers Georgia, Representative Mitchell Kaye, Ken Leebow, Bruce Mirken, Bonnie L. Nadri, Josh Riley, John Troyer, and Jonathan Wallace
Zell Miller, Governor of Georgia, and Michael Bowers, Georgia State Attorney General
That Georgia's Computer Systems Protection Act is vague and overbroad violating the First and Fourteenth amendments' rights to free expression and association, the Fifth Amendment's right to privacy, and the Commerce Clause.
Chief Lawyer for Plaintiffs
Chief Defense Lawyer
David A. Runion
Marvin H. Shoob
Date of Decision
7 August 1997
Ruled in favor of the ACLU and granted a preliminary injunction against enforcement of the Georgia Interstate Fraud Statute.
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