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Unformatted text preview: of children so it does not interfere with the learning place. Morse v. Frederick a student encouraged drug use on school grounds, the school at a right to restrict this for it disrupts order in school. Of course I am not qualified to rule on such a case, in order for me to do this I would need to attend years of law school and qualified in constitutional law. I would also need to be able to interpret the constitution accurately. Also if I were a supreme court justice I would confer with my other justices to refine my opinion, listening to the others and their viewpoints. I do believe that Anna was in violation of school policies, material such as that no matter if she was not showing it to anyone it does not belong on school grounds, it should remain in the privacy of her own home, if she wants to take a work to school it should be suitable for the school setting....
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- Spring '10
- Supreme Court of the United States, First Amendment to the United States Constitution, Hazelwood School District, Bethel School District v. Fraser, Anna V. Compton