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Bill of Rights: First Amendment
When Does One Man's Lyric Become Another's Crime?
by Clay Calvert, Emma Morehart and Sarah Papadelias in the Columbia Journal of Law & the Arts
Prohibiting Free Speech?
[Initial action] Alliance Defending Freedom filed a lawsuit Thursday on behalf of a student prohibited from engaging in constitutionally protected free speech at Thomas Nelson Community College.
New Free Speech Policy
[response] The State Board for Community Colleges on Tuesday altered a 1960s-era policy restricting student speech that had been challenged as unconstitutional in federal court and was out of compliance with a new state law.
Free Exercise Clause of the First Amendment
Wisconsin v. Yoder, 406 US 205 - Supreme Court 1972
Respondents defended on the ground that the application 209 of the compulsory-attendance law violated their rights under the First and Fourteenth Amendments.
Bill of Rights: Second Amendment
Norman v. State (FL)
Norman v. State (FL) is the case of a concealed carry licensee who was arrested and prosecuted in Fort Pierce, FL (info posted on Carry Florida, those representing Norman in court).
Bill of Rights: Fourth Amendment
Heidy v. United States Customs Service
Heidy v. United States Customs Service is a case which challenged the authority of U.S. Customs officials to seize and copy the written materials of travelers to Nicaragua.