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Week 2 BCA 510 - First Amendment 9/8/15

by: Darrylin Horne

Week 2 BCA 510 - First Amendment 9/8/15 BCA 510

Darrylin Horne
Electronic Media Law
Amy Sindik

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Tuesday 9/8/15 of Week 2 Notes from BCA 510 class. First Amendment
Electronic Media Law
Amy Sindik
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Darrylin Horne on Sunday September 20, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to BCA 510 at Central Michigan University taught by Amy Sindik in Fall 2015. Since its upload, it has received 50 views. For similar materials see Electronic Media Law in Journalism and Mass Communications at Central Michigan University.


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Date Created: 09/20/15
BCA 510 Week 2 Tuesday 9815 First Amendment Speech Press Religion Protest and Petition 5 freedoms Pure vs Symbolic Speech 0 Pure Literal 0 Symbolic Photos 0 Receive same level of protection 0 Symbolic is more abstract black armbands ag burning Obtrusive vs NonObtrusive 0 Obtrusive is hard to avoid 0 NonObtrusive is easier to avoid 0 Both don t receive the same level of protection Absolute Protection 1 Speech critical of the Government 2 Broadcasters fulfilling FCC regulations Most protection 1 Social Speech 2 Political Speech Less Protection 1 Advertising 2 Indecency nonobscene sexual expression No Protection 1 False Advertising 2 Fraud 3 Obscenity 4 Child Porn 5 Fighting Words 6 True Threats United States vs Alvarez 2012 0 Does the 1st Amendment protect against lying 0 Alvarez was elected to the water board in California as a retired marine but wasn t really a retired marine he lied about it 0 Convicted of fraud statutory law and stolen valor act of 2005 Illegal to claim receiving military Medal of Honor 0 Alvarez says it violates his 1st Amendment rights 0 Strict scrutiny Process by which a law that appears to violate the 1st Amendment is examined 0 Is the law normally tailored Is law as specific as possible 0 Is there a really good reason for having this law He won bc the Stolen Valor law was poorly written


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