This Note will discuss the procedural safeguards that must be provided when allegedly obscene materials are seized prior to distribution. The discussion will emphasize a consideration of the question whether the procedural requirements with respect to the seizure of printed materials are also applicable to the seizure of films, particularly those films that are being or are intended to be furtively distributed.
Michigan Law Review,
Constitutional Law--Obscenity--The Right to an Adversary Hearing on the Issue of Obscenity Prior to the Seizure of Furtively Distributed Films,
Mich. L. Rev.
Available at: https://repository.law.umich.edu/mlr/vol69/iss5/6