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That prompted Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr., to ask, “How does that work for the first person” convicted of having a victim’s image?

“It doesn’t work very well for the first person, Mr. Chief Justice,” admitted Mr. Dreeben.

Amy has so far received more than $1.75 million, Mr. Cassell said. Of that total, $1.2 million came from one man, a Virginia sheriff’s deputy who had more than $2 million in retirement savings.

A decision is expected in late June.