Judge rules North Carolina's criminal libel law can stand


The federal judge who temporarily blocked North Carolina’s criminal libel statute has reversed course and now says the law is constitutional.

U.S. Judge Catherine C. Eagles ruled on Tuesday that the plaintiffs, who sought to have the law thrown out, are not likely to succeed on the merits, and declined to order a preliminary injunction against enforcement of the 89-year-old law.

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