Alexander v. Virginia,
413 U.S. 836 (1973)

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Alexander v. Virginia, 413 U.S. 836 (1973)

Alexander v. Virginia

No. 71-1315

Argued October 19, 1972

Decided June 25, 1973

413 U.S. 836


The judgment of the Supreme Court of Virginia, affirming the trial court's order adjudging certain magazines obscene and restraining their sale, is vacated and remanded for further proceedings consistent with Miller v. California, ante, p. 413 U. S. 15; Paris Adult Theatre I v. Slaton, ante, p. 413 U. S. 49; and Heller v. New York, ante, p. 413 U. S. 483. Trial by jury is not constitutionally required in this civil action pursuant to Va.Code Ann. § 18.1-236.3.

212 Va. 554, 186 S.E.2d 43, vacated and remanded.

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