The pimping charges Krell helped bring against Backpage's CEO and founders were twice thrown out of court.
In The Mind of the Censor and the Eye of the Beholder, the legendary First Amendment lawyer exposes the tricks of today's "anti-free speech movement."
On government curation and government speech.
The question for the Supreme Court was not whether the policy was wise but whether it was legal.
The ATF is expected to adopt a new rule requiring that the metal parts hobbyists used to manufacture their DIY weapons be registered as legal firearms. So Cody Wilson made those parts unnecessary.
Proving that claim requires more than reckless rhetoric, which is constitutionally protected.
Jay Inslee says we should make it a crime for politicians to lie about election results. What could go wrong?
"The First Amendment was never intended to curtail speech and debate within legislative bodies."
Donating to the needy, in addition to being a generally nice thing to do, is a protected First Amendment activity.
Either everybody gets to enjoy journalistic freedom, or it will turn into glorified public relations work for the powers-that-be.
In a significant threat to the free press, WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange faces decades in federal prison for leaking classified documents.
The ACLU's Push To 'Cancel' Student Debt Shows How Far It Has Strayed From Defending Civil Liberties
The organization's embrace of a wide-ranging progressive agenda undermines its reason for existing.
Gov. Greg Abbott attacks First Amendment rights in the name of defending them.
So much for education being a universal human right.
Florida passed a law to stop big tech “censorship.” But the law itself tramples First Amendment rights.
The newspaper wrongly implies that press freedom is limited to "real" journalists.
A new case asks whether a Border Patrol agent may be sued for alleged First and Fourth Amendment violations.
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The anti-Biden slogan is clearly protected by the First Amendment.
"Outside activities that may pose a conflict of interest to the executive branch of the State of Florida create a conflict for the University of Florida," said the university in a statement.
Cops Arrested Her for Exercising Her First Amendment Rights. They Got Qualified Immunity—but the Appeals Court Wasn't Having It.
"This is not just an obvious constitutional infringement—it's hard to imagine a more textbook violation of the First Amendment."
Rev. Bernie Lindley of Brookings' St. Timothy's Episcopal Church says that the new rules violate his First Amendment rights, and that he won't comply with them.
The Pennsbury School Board is not only chilling speech, but also editing out community members’ critiques of the school board from YouTube videos of their meetings.
The university's effort to suppress expert testimony in a lawsuit against the state is contrary to academic freedom and the First Amendment
The First Amendment shields Americans from censorship, but authoritarian legislation in Britain and Canada warns of what could be in store if that protection fails.
The media mischaracterized the senator's back-and-forth with Attorney General Merrick Garland.
The dog died after the man went to jail for exercising his First Amendment rights.
The idea that massive government spending, hate speech laws, and gun control will improve America—when they failed horribly elsewhere—is a dangerous myth.
Is a required content warning or algorithm change a violation of the First Amendment?
Free speech on campus is in jeopardy. But many people on the left and the right are rising to fight for our liberal democratic values.
Administrators attempted to force an apology out of a second-year law student whose Federalist Society affiliations and use of the term "trap house" were "triggering" to his peers.
A panel has unanimously determined the First Amendment isn’t violated if state regulations keep independent writers from landing work.
The Fairfax County School Board took legal action to cover up its own mistake.
"Do you really want to live in a country where government bureaucrats, based on whim and personal preference, can censor whatever they don't like?"
Supreme Court Declines To Hear Louisiana's Defense of a Law That Stamped 'SEX OFFENDER' on Driver's Licenses
The policy imposed an additional form of ritual humiliation on a reviled category of people without any plausible public-safety justification.
'Equity,' 'Multiculturalism,' and 'Racial Prejudice' Among Concepts That Could Be Banned in Schools by Wisconsin Bill
A bill touted as banning "critical race theory" in schools would actually ban a huge array of speech around culture, race, and sex, its sponsor says.
Government restrictions on private editorial discretion violate the First Amendment.
Dillon Shane Webb will thus not be able to sue for the alleged violation of his free speech rights.
Judge Explains First Amendment Basics to Wisconsin Sheriff Who Threatened Teen with Jail for Instagramming Her COVID Infection
No, law enforcement and school officials cannot order students to remove posts about exposure to the coronavirus.
San Francisco's Chain Store Restrictions Targeted Starbucks. They're Now Screwing Over a Local Burrito Joint.
Family-owned burrito chain El Farolito will have to change its branding or pick a new neighborhood to open up its 12th location if it wants to avoid being ensnared in the city's restrictions on "formula retail."
The lawsuit argues the mandate leads to discrimination based on content of speech and type of speaker.
Florida Anti-Riot Law 'Violates the First Amendment,' Says Court in Scathing Rebuke of Gov. Ron DeSantis
The law's "vagueness permits those in power to weaponize its enforcement against any group who wishes to express any message that the government disapproves of," Judge Mark Eaton Walker warns.
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