Author: David L. Hudson Jr.
Seattle cops’ defamation suit against councilwoman reinstated
First Amendment protects secret recordings of special-ed child abuse, W.Va. high court affirms
Pa. high court finds school district violated First Amendment in expelling student for memes
High school football player’s First Amendment lawsuit dismissed
Wis. appeals court reverses conviction involving social media posts
Wash. appeals court upholds cyberstalking conviction
High court won’t hear challenge to secrecy in FISA courts
Supreme Court denies emergency application to overturn Maine vaccine mandate
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