Final Review - Sherbert v Verner(1963 Wisconsin v...

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14: Freedom of Speech – Political speech & National Security Subversive Action / Advocacy of Illegal Action Schenck v. US (1919) Masses Publishing v. Patten Brandenburg v. Ohio (1969) Symbolic Speech United States v. O’ Brien (1968) Tinker v. Des Moines (1969) Texas v. Johnson (1989) US v. Eichman (1990) Barnes v. Glen Theatre (1991) Clark v. CCNV (1984) Abortion Protests v. Access to Abortion Services 15: The First Amendment and other forms of Expression Fighting Words / True Threats Chaplinksy v. New Hampshire (1942) RAV v. St. Paul (1992) Black v. Virginia (2003) 17: Freedom of Press, Obscenity, Libel Obscenity Roth v. US (1957) Miller v. California (1972) Stanley v. Georgia (1969) Paris Adult theatre v. Slaton (1973) Child Pornography Osborne v. Ohio (1989) New York v. Ferber (1982) Defamation/ Libel New York Times v. Sullivan (1964) 13: The First Amendment: Freedom of Religion The Free Exercise Clause Reynolds v. US (1878) Pierce v. Society of Sisters (1925)
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Unformatted text preview: Sherbert v. Verner (1963) Wisconsin v. Yoder (1972) US v. Lee (1982) Bob Jones v. US (1983) Lyng v. Northwest Cemetery (1988) Goldman v. Weinberger (1986) Oregon v. Smith (1990) Lukumi Babalu Aye v. City of Haileah (1993) City of Boerne v Flores (1996) Locke v. Davey (2003) The Establishment Clause Subversive action Clear and Present Danger Modern Incitement Standard/ Brandenburg Test Symbolic Speech test Content-Based Laws Regulating Speech Content-Neutral Regulating Speech Fighting Words Floating and Fixed Buffer Zones Unprotected Speech Secondary Effects Actual Malice Doctrine/Test Roth test for Obscenity Miller Test for Obscenity Public Figures and the law of libel Clear and Convincing Evidence Prurient Interest Patently Offensive Parochial Schools Secular Sectarian Child Benefit Theory Wall of Separation Substantial Burden Test Generally Applicable Laws Test Lemon Test...
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  • Spring '08
  • Dr.Riley
  • First Amendment to the United States Constitution, Obscenity Miller Test, Obscenity Public Figures, Test Symbolic Speech, Libel New York

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