Banning TV Movie Was Prior Restraint, Panel Finds

, New York Law Journal

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A trial judge's order barring Lifetime Entertainment from airing a dramatized movie on the murder of a beloved Appellate Division, Third Department, clerk was an "unconstitutional prior restraint on speech," the Appellate Division, Third Department, held Thursday in a unanimous opinion.

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