The "Miller Test" for Obscenity
1.  The work in question must depict or describe sexual conduct.
2.  The prohibited conduct must be specifically described in the law.
3.  The work, taken as a whole, must lack serious literary, artistic, political, or scientific value.  (the "SLAPS" test)
4.  The work, taken as a whole and applying contemporary community standards, must appeal to prurient interest in sex.
5.  The work must portray sexual conduct in a patently offensive way, applying contemporary community standards.

Exploring Constitutional Conflicts