Cincinnati v. Cincinnati Contemporary Arts Center
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State of Ohio
Dennis Barrie and the Cincinnati Contemporary Arts Center
That the exhibition of photographs by the artist Robert Mapplethorpe was obscene.
Chief Lawyers for the Plaintiff
Richard A. Castellini, Frank H. Prouty, Jr., and Melanie J. Reising
Chief Defense Lawyers
Marc D. Mezibov and H. Louis Sirkin
F. David J. Albanese
Date of Decision
5 October 1990
The jury found the five photographs in question not to be obscene.
- Kois v. Wisconsin, 408 U.S. 229 (1972).
- Miller v. California, 413 U.S. 15 (1973).
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