Calif. Defends Video Game Law Before High Court

Law360, New York (November 2, 2010, 4:13 PM EDT) -- The state of California defended its controversial plan to regulate violent video games before the U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday, equating the games with age-restricted sexual art and deflecting criticisms that the law was an overreaction to a new form of entertainment that, like graphic novels and comic books before it, would soon be part of the American mainstream.

California's Supervising Deputy Attorney General Zackery Morazzini argued on behalf of the state, which had appealed a lower court's decision that the law, which created a criminal...
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