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1

Tinker versus Des Moines

Schools cannot stop strings from protesting if it is not interrupting classroom instruction

2

New York Times versus Sullivan

Court cases based on the libel and defamation must show intent

3

What is libel

A published false statement that is damaging to a person's reputation a written defamation

4

Miller versus California

Established miller test circumstances under which something can be considered obscene

5

Texas versus Johnson

Burning a flag is a constitutional form of protest

6

Bethel versus Fraser

Schools have the power to restrict speech if they view it as obscene

7

Hazelwood versus Kohlmier

Schools have control over what is printed in school newspapers

8

New York Times versus US

Times can publish Pentagon papers without censorship from the government

9

Gitlow versus New York

On the merits a state may forbid both speech and publication if they have tendency to result in action dangerous to public security, even though such a things create no clear and present danger

10

ACLU v Reno

Government can't limit what you do on the Internet just remember this one involve the Internet

11

Hurley versus glib

Veterans don't have to give GLIB A float in the parade

12

Boy Scouts versus Dale

Boy Scouts could not be forced to admit gay men

13

Schneck versus US

Speech can be limited if there is a clear and present danger. Attempts made by speech or writing to provoke crime can be punished like the crime itself