Email DES MOINES, Iowa — A county prosecutor in Iowa who threatened to charge a year-old girl with sexual exploitation of a minor after she sent suggestive photos of herself to a boy at school agreed Thursday to drop the case after the girl's family sued him for violating her constitutional rights to free speech and equal protection. The girl's parents, who sought to keep their names confidential to protect her identity, released a statement through the American Civil Liberties Union of Iowa, which represented the family in the lawsuit, saying Marion County Attorney Ed Bull had misused his position of authority to bully their daughter and impose "his own sexist moral standards" on her. The family's lawsuit filed November in federal court in Des Moines asked a judge to stop Bull from filing criminal charges against her. Rita Bettis, the ACLU of Iowa legal director, said her organization challenged Bull's actions on constitutional free speech and equal protection grounds, and sought to have the court affirm the parents' fundamental right to raise their child without undue interference from the state. Attorneys representing the girl and Bull filed an agreement to dismiss the case Thursday.
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Teen Sexting Learn the details about teen sexting laws and penalties, and get specific information about your state's laws. By Mark Theoharis Since cell phones first saw widespread adoption in the s, they've become not just ever present, but have developed vastly expanded capabilities, such as the ability to take and instantly share photos. Some states have adopted laws that prescribe penalties aimed specifically at teenagers or adolescents who send such photos.
Sexting charges dropped against year old Iowa teen posted by Richard Lee - Jul 13, The American Civil Liberties Union of Iowa is announcing "sexting" charges against a year old Knoxville girl are being dropped. The unidentified girl was threatened with criminal charges of trafficking in child pornography after she texted two non-nude photos of herself to a boy. They say accuse the Marion County attorney of "bullying" them and their child.