Commonwealth v. MolinaAnnotate this Case
After a jury-waived trial, Defendant was convicted of one count of possession of child pornography with the intent to disseminate, one count of dissemination of child pornography, and three counts of possession of child pornography. Defendant appealed on three grounds. The Supreme Judicial Court affirmed, holding (1) the search warrant for the apartment in which Defendant was living was appropriately particularized; (2) the administrative subpoena that issued under Mass. Gen. Laws ch. 271, 17B for Internet service records was valid; and (3) the Commonwealth met the requirement of proving that Defendant had the lascivious intent necessary to support a conviction under Mass. Gen. Laws ch. 272, 29B.