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Ira Isaacs, the fetish filmmaker convicted two years ago by a Los Angeles jury, has been transferred to the same prison that once housed Rob Black and Max Hardcore.
Fetish filmmaker Ira Isaacs, who's been serving time since July after being convicted on obscenity charges, was recently transferred to a federal penitentiary in Victorville, Calif.
Ira Isaacs has turned himself in to federal authorities to begin a four-year sentence. The fetish filmmaker reported to the Metropolitan Detention Center in Los Angeles on Saturday.
After an unfavorable appeals court ruling, fetish filmmaker Ira Isaacs will be headed to federal prison. A July 12 surrender date has been selected.
The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals today denied Ira Isaacs' petition to rehear his appeal over criminal obscenity convictions.
Fetish filmmaker Ira Isaacs has petitioned the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals to rehear his appeal over criminal convictions on obscenity charges.
A federal appeals court today affirmed a lower court ruling over fetish filmmaker Ira Isaacs' obscenity conviction
A federal appeals court today listened to arguments made in an appeal on behalf of convicted fetish filmmaker Ira Isaacs.
The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals today gave notice to parties involved in appeals over condom ordinance Measure B and the obscenity convictions of fetish film distributor Ira Isaacs that it has calendared oral arguments in March for each of their cases.
Ira Isaacs' attorney has filed his opening brief in an appeal on obscenity convictions with the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.
A federal appeals court today granted Ira Isaacs' renewed motion for bail pending his appeal on obscenity convictions.
Ira Isaacs' attorney told an appeals court yesterday that the government is bullying its way into trying to put the fetish filmmaker beyond bars while an appeals court weighs his conviction and sentencing.
U.S. prosecutors filed court papers today with the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals to oppose Ira Isaacs' motion allowing him to remain free on bail pending his appeal.
Ira Isaacs' attorney re-filed a motion yesterday with the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals to allow the fetish filmmaker to remain free pending his appeal.
U.S. District Judge George King has given the green light for Isaacs' freedom while the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals weighs his conviction and sentencing at a future date.
Ira Isaacs, who was ordered to begin a four-year prison sentence, won't be turning himself in to prison officials today, his attorney told XBIZ.
Ira Isaacs has asked the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals to issue an emergency stay to allow him to remain free after Tuesday, when he is scheduled to report to the federal Bureau of Prisons for a period of four years.
The federal appeal involving the conviction and sentence of Ira Isaacs is moving forward despite the fact that the fetish filmmaker and distributor must report to the federal Bureau of Prisons to begin his 48-month sentence in less than two weeks.
The attorney representing Ira Isaacs has filed an appeal on behalf of the fetish filmmaker and distributor with the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.
Fetish producer and distributor Ira Isaacs on Wednesday morning was sentenced to 48 months in federal prison and fined $10,000 by U.S. District Judge George King.