Kyla Mackai Criminal Law Chapter #9Free speech, public order crimes, and the billOf rights 1.Protects freedom of religion, speech, free assembly, the press, and the right to petition the government. 2.Rude language is spoken and fighting language is words that breach the peace. 3.Speech is likely to bring harm to people or property immediately. 4.Law is directed to the content of which the speech is subjected to. The government musthave a reason to achieve the goal that is limiting the necessary speech.