United States v. Knellinger

Trial court amicus curiae memorandum submitted by NACDL arguing that the provision of the Adam Walsh Child Protection Act of 2006 restricting a criminal defendant’s access to evidence relevant to his or her defense in child pornography prosecutions (18 U.S.C. § 3509(m)) violates a criminal defendant’s Sixth Amendment confrontation, compulsory process and effective assistance of counsel rights and the Fifth Amendment’s guarantee of due process of law.