Proscriptionist

Pro`scrip´tion`ist


n.1.One who proscribes.
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For several years after Miller, the Court maintained a heavy dose of obscenity cases on its docket, as libertarians and proscriptionist litigants explored the limits of the doctrine of Miller.
On the proscriptionist side, the Citizens for Decency through Law and the State of Georgia took part as amici prior to the merits.
Thus, if a libertarian amicus filed in support of certiorari or jurisdiction, the Court granted plenary jurisdiction in 88% of the cases; for a proscriptionist amicus, only 38%.