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Give an example of a case involving no factual dispute: United States v. O'Brien (1968), wherein the defendant burned his draft card as an act of protest against the Vietnam War. While he freely admitted the fact that he burned his card, he disputed that his actions were legal under the 1 st Amendment’s guarantee of free protest. He was ultimately convicted of the crime of burning his draft card anyway, basically because the Supreme Court held that a sufficiently important governmental interest in regulating a nonspeech action can justify incidental limitations on First Amendment freedoms. Discovery is the process that occurs between the time the answer is filed and the case is actually tried (if it reaches trial). During the discovery phase the parties resort to the use of interrogatories, depositions, admission requests and document requests. Briefly identify these different items and explain what is the purpose of discovery: Interrogatories : Questions written by the legal team of one party in a lawsuit to be
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