Brief 1 - Kelsey Jans FRL 201 1/15/07 Brief: Case 4.2 pg.85...

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Kelsey Jans FRL 201 1/15/07 Brief: Case 4.2 pg.85 ( Chapter 4.) Interactive Digital Software Association vs. St. Louis County, Missouri In the case of Interactive Digital Software Association Vs. St Louis County, Missouri, the court is dealing with two different laws. These two laws are the First amendment which guarantees freedom of speech to all Americans as well as the ordinance passed in St. Louis County, Missouri which bans violent video games to minors. In the original trial court, the plaintiffs argued that the ordinance in St. Louis County, Missouri had violated the first amendment. The ordinance stated that it was unlawful for a person to sell, rent, or make “graphically violent” video games available to minors as well as preventing such games to be played by minors without guardians consent. The court had to determine whether this ordinance is a legitimate constraint since the ordinance allegedly helped younger children from these graphically violent video games. The Interactive Digital Software Association as well as other companies who
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Brief 1 - Kelsey Jans FRL 201 1/15/07 Brief: Case 4.2 pg.85...

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