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Do you have any suggestions about how to study the freedom of speech cases?
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Answered by: Lawyer Up
 
Yes! Make a case chart that says "is this speech protected speech?" across the top. One side of the chart will say "No" and the other side will say "yes".
Every case is making the determination about whether, under the first amendment, the facts are discussing protected or unprotected speech. Your cases get placed on the chart and if they fall under the "unprotected speech" part, you should be clear about WHY that speech was unprotected, and what category of unprotected speech it falls into (hate speech, fighting words, etc).
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