Far As One Guy's Concerned, The Cherry Pit Will Come Out on Top
Even if Duncanville can defend the scope of its ordinance, it still is unlikely to show that its interest in prohibiting sex clubs outweighs the liberty interest in private sexual conduct established by the U.S. Supreme Court in Lawrence v. Texas, 539 U.S. 558 (2003).
Heller provides Jim Trulock's suit against Duncanville , for those who need a little light reading today. In related news, I'd never been to the Cherry Pit's Web site before -- swear -- and, like, who wouldn't wanna fight for their right to party there? Looks ... clean. --Robert Wilonsky
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