Tag:First Amendment

DA Dismisses Kidnapping Charges Related to July Protest

All remaining felony and misdemeanor charges have been dropped against five who blocked the entrance to a police station during a protest.

U.S. Supreme Court Considers California’s Nonprofit Donor Reporting Law

The Supreme Court heard cases that raise First Amendment claims involving state authority to collect information about nonprofit donors

Snapchat and the First Amendment

In a case heard Wednesday, the U.S. Supreme Court considered whether a public school can punish a student for her off-campus, online speech

10th Circuit Breaks From Other Circuits on Qualified Immunity

A change to state law last year removed qualified immunity as a possible defense in civil cases brought against police officers. However, the 10th...

Bill to Regulate Social Media Opens Broader Discussion

A Senate bill that would establish a system to regulate social media content is drawing criticism for its clash with the free expression rights

Six Oral Arguments Set for 10th Circuit

Resuming its oral arguments on March 4, the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals is set for arguments in six cases ranging from First Amendment...

Legal Literacy’s Impact on Access to Justice

A recent survey shows Americans’ awareness of the legal system has increased, though advocates say legal literacy is still a barrier to entry. Access-to-justice advocates...

10th Circuit Hears Arguments in LGBT Discrimination Case

The 10th Circuit Court of Appeals on Nov. 16 heard a First Amendment challenge to the Colorado Anti-Discrimination Act that takes up many of...

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