Author: David L. Hudson Jr.
Juvenile’s statements not true threats, rules Pa. high court
Wash. appeals court says profanity, finger-pointing at officer was protected expression
9th Circuit uses the First to help interpret the Second
Jury room adorned with Confederate symbols prejudiced defendant, Tenn. court rules
Divided Ohio Supreme Court suspends attorney for criticizing the court
8th Circuit says Mo. sheriff could fire deputies who backed opponent
Seattle cops’ defamation suit against councilwoman reinstated
First Amendment protects secret recordings of special-ed child abuse, W.Va. high court affirms
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