2011 BYU L. Rev. [i] (2011)

handle is hein.journals/byulr2011 and id is 1 raw text is: Brigham Young University
Law Review
VOLUME 2011                                       NUMBER 1
NOTES
Distilling Ashcroft- The Ninth Circuit's
Application of National Community Standards to
Internet Obscenity in United States v. Kilbride
Eric B. Ashcroft...................................    ..........1
Modifying the Restrictions on Sentence Modification:
United States v. Cobb
Jackie Bosshardt                       ...................................... 17
Goldilocks and the Three-Judge Panel:
Spencer v. World Vision, Inc. and the
Religious Organization Exemption of Title VII
Brandon S. Boulter      ............................. ......33
United States v. Wise: Is Failure to Stop for the Police a
Sentence- Enhancing Crime of Violence?
Edan Burkett...................................49
Greenwood v. CompuCredit Corp.:
The Ninth Circuit's Misdirected Interpretation of the
Credit Repair Organizations Act
Michael Q. Cannon   ...................................67
Statutory Cosmetic Surgery: Misinterpretation of the
Copyright Act's Registration Requirement in
Cosmetic Ideas, Inc. v. IAC/InteractiveCorp
Nathan R. Curtis..      .....................................83
Missed Opportunity or Dodged Bullet? The Tenth Circuit's
Non-decision in Rocky Mountain Christian Church v.
Board of County Commissioners
James C. Dunkelberger                    ..........................99

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