Class Notes 1-30 - 1/30/12 Class Notes The Bill of Rights...

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1/30/12 Class Notes The Bill of Rights 1. Freedom of Speech a. Verbal b. Written c. Expression 2. Commercial Free Speech a. Advertisements 3. Unprotected Speech a. Physical threats b. Defamation – A statement of fact that is untrue. c. Fighting words – Speech that incites one to act and breach the peace. d. Obscene Speech d.i. It needs to appeal to the prurient interest – Sexual Arrising d.ii. Reasonableness – A reasonable person believes it is obscene d.iii. Patently Offensive Sexual conduct. d.iv. No literary, artistic, or political value 4. Freedom of Religion a. Establishment – A government cannot establish prefer or promote a particular religion b. Exercise – c. The government will not determine the sincerity of a religious belief. 5. Search and Seizure a. Search warrants – an order by the court authorizing a search at a particular location when it is based on probable cause. 6.
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This note was uploaded on 04/09/2012 for the course MGMT 330 taught by Professor Staceysassman during the Winter '12 term at CSU San Bernardino.

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Class Notes 1-30 - 1/30/12 Class Notes The Bill of Rights...

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