• Moot Court(Law)
    THAT THE ASSEMBLY WHERE MS.KRAVITZ MADE HER SPEECH WAS NOT A PUBLIC FORUM, BECAUSE THE GENUAL PUBLIC WAS NOT ALLOWED TO ATTEND. YOUR HONORS THE COURT IN HAZELWOOD STATED THAT IF A SPEECH IS MADE AT A SCHOOL RATHER THAN AT A PUBLIC FORUM, RESTRICTIONS ARE ALLOWED IF REASONABLY RELATED TO...
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  • Taniarodri
    . Fraser, Matthew Fraser a high school senior in was suspended from school for making a speech full of sexual references at a school assembly speech nominating classmate Jeff Kuhlman for student body Vice President, the Supreme Court held that his suspension from school indeed did not violate his...
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  • First Ammendment Speech Rights
    FREEDOM OF SPEECH CONCEPT THAT IDEAS ARE FREELY SHARED, OPINIONS VOICED, ISSUES DEBATED, POLITICIANS CRITICIZED, RIGHT TO DEFEND UNPOPULAR IDEAS CLOSELY ASSOCIATED WITH OTHER FREEDOMS: PRESS ASSEMBLY RELIGION TRIAL PROTECTS THE SPEECH GIVER AND THE RECEIVER! TYPES OF SPEECH PURE...
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  • Civil Rights and Responsibilities
    communicate views of their choosing (Patterson, 2009). The motivation of the Bill of Rights was to guarantee individual rights and freedoms. The First Amendment reflects this tradition, providing for freedom of religion along with freedom of speech, press, assembly, and petition. The three...
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  • Edam661 Studyguide
    prevents a school district from disciplining a high school student for giving a lewd speech at a school assembly. At a school assembly of approximately 600 high school students, Matthew Fraser made a speech nominating a fellow student for elective office. In his speech, Fraser used what some...
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  • 1st Amendment
    The First Amendment The First Amendment is, in many people's eyes, considered the most important amendment in the United States Constitution. It protects the rights to freedom of religion, freedom of expression, freedom of speech, freedom of assembly and freedom of press from...
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  • Is Religion Needed in Schools/
    academic standards (such as literary quality) and neither penalized nor rewarded on account of its religious content. Prayer in School - Student Assemblies and Extracurricular Events Student speakers at student assemblies and extracurricular activities such as sporting events may not be selected...
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  • Communications, Media
    of its members. Eleanor Roosevelt had been appointed a delegate to the United Nations by President Harry Truman after the death of her husband, President Franklin Roosevelt. As an activist for Human Rights Eleanor Roosevelt delivered a speech to the United Nations general assembly which influenced...
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  • Bethel School District vs. Fraser
    On April 26, 1983, Matthew Fraser, a student at Bethel High School in Bethel, Washington, delivered a speech nominating a fellow student for a student elective office to his fellow high school mates. The assembly was part of a school-sponsored educational program in self government. During the...
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  • First Amendment
    Amendment; freedom of speech, freedom of religion, and freedom of assembly. In the case involving Texas verse Johnson, there was an issue pertaining to freedom of speech. In the case involving a school district in Craryville, N.Y, a student loses her case because of a religious message she wanted to...
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  • History
    . Instead, modern jurisprudence conceives of First Amendment issues not as conflicts of rights, but as conflicts between the individual right to free speech and “social interest” such as dignity and equality (Espejo, 2009). Freedom of assembly is the right of people to gather peacefully to exchange...
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    Question  Does the First Amendment prevent a school district from disciplining a high school student for giving a lewd speech at a high school assembly? Decision: The scored was 7 votes for Bethel School District No. 403 and 2 votes against Majority: They believed that Fraser had no right to...
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  • The First Amendments
    meaning of Tinker. In a 7-2 decision, the Court held that school officials may prohibit student speech before a student assembly that is vulgar, lewd and plainly offensive. Freedom of Petition Freedom of individuals to petition their government for a correction or repair of some form of injustice without fear of punishment for the same. It is often taken for granted. It is a fundamental right in both representative and liberal democracies....
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  • First Amendment
    amendment has the strongest implication in everyday life. It guarentees the right to freedom of religion, exercise of religion, freedom of speech and press, and the freedom of petition and assembly (www.wikipedia.org). The ability of citzens to speak what they feel, express ideas, share these ideas with...
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  • Phil. Constitution
    authority must be transmitted to the applicants at the earliest opportunity. MIRIAM COLLEGE V. COURT OF APPEALS – Libog Article - (1) The right of the students to free speech in school premises is not absolute. The right to free speech must always be applied in light of the special...
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  • The First Amendment
    words, this amendment grants all citizens with the freedom of speech, freedom of religion, freedom of the press, and the right to public assembly. The First Amendment also limits free expression that is slander or libel (the intentional use of false accusations or labels without any basis). Reasons...
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  • Informal Letter
    7, Lavender Height, 45700 Sunway, 20th June 2012 Dear Mia, My school celebrated Teacher’s Day last week. Activities on that day started at 9.00 a.m. First, we had an assembly in the school hall. The school principal gave a speech. He reminded the students to...
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  • First Amendment
    another's views; freedom of speech would be reduced to a mere right to hold personal conversations on personal topics. Also those who hope to petition the government may attempt to form a movement, gathering people at rallies and meetings. If such assemblies were banned, petitions to the government would...
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  • Philosophy on Equal Rights
    Throughout history, one of the most disputed topics has consistently been equal rights within society. Social equality is defined as a social state of affairs in which different individuals have the same status in a certain respect. These extend to voting rights, freedom of speech and assembly...
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  • Freedom of Speech, Assembly and Association
    ARTICLE 10 – FREEDOM OF SPEECH, ASSEMBLY AND ASSOCIATION ♠ Under Article 10 of the Federal Constitution , 3 rights are given ie o Freedom of speech & expression o Freedom of assembly o Freedom of association Freedom of speech & expression ♠ Freedom...
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