Bailey v. Commonwealth, No. No. 0613-18-3 (Va. Ct. App. 2019)
Nature of Case: Appellant had been convicted under Virginia state law for failure to register an online account with authorities after a bench trial. Appellant sought review, asserting that the law infringed on his First Amendment rights.
Holding: Virginia Court of Appeals affirmed Appellant’s conviction, claiming that the law requiring him to register his online accounts was not an unconstitutional infringement of his First Amendment rights.
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