Chapter 10 (Week 5-01)

Chapter 10 (Week 5-01) - 1 CHAPTER10 Time,Place&Manner...

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CHAPTER 10 1
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IN THE BEGINNING… Davis v. Massachusetts (1897) aka Boston  Common case Preacher William Davis No city permit Supreme Court City has control of public places 2
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FREE SPEECH IN PUBLIC PLACES 42 years later Frank “I am the law” Hague Congress of Industrial Organizations Supreme Court Determine N.J. law unconstitutional For the first time, the Court said the Constitution  requires streets, parks, public places are open Speech could be regulated, not prohibited 3
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FREE EXPRESSION IN PUBLIC  PLACES Schneider v. State (1939) Cox v. New Hampshire (1941) Jamison v. Texas (1943) Shuttlesworth v. Birmingham (1969) 4
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Supreme Court Compatible-use rule (1972) Three-part public forum rule (1983) Edwards v. South Carolina (1963)
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