Each of the following scenarios involves conduct/words that may, or may not be constitutionally objectionable. Choose any one of the two following scenarios. In 250-words or more, discuss/describe when “fighting words” and the advocacy of illegal conduct may be constitutionally prescribed. You must reply to at least one classmate’s posting in a minimum 150-word reply.Points will be deducted for failing to meet the requirements!
To get full credit you will need to: Provide an example of researched, recent case law.
- Dick calls Harry a “damned fascist” and a “damned racketeer” in the presence of several people, while attending a crowded party. Is Dick’s expressive activity protected by the First Amendment?
- Tom walks into a public park, sees two police officers, and exhorts 20 people who happen to be in the vicinity to: “Get your guns and come out shooting. That’s the only way to protect our liberties from big government.” Is Tom’s expressive activity protected by the First Amendment?
Chapter 11: Discussion
What challenges do women face upon reentry into society after prison? How are thechallenges different for women and men? What type of specific programs would you suggest we need to put in place to help meet some of these challenges?
Remember that your post must be at least 300 words and you are required to respond to a classmate with at least a 150 word response. You must put your word count BOTH at the end of your discussion and at the end of your reply.
You need to use one additional outside source besides your textbook to discuss the question. The source must be cited APA style at the end of the discussion. The outside source cannot be a dictionary like source (ie wikipedia, etc.). Here is a link for APA style to assist making your references correct. Your source needs to be included at the end of your original discussion. It will not count if it is posted in a separate posting after your discussion.