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Constitution Day with Cal LAW - Shared screen with speaker view
Jacqueline Hill
01:05:16
Was that Morris v. Fredrick???
Kevin Johnson
01:08:30
https://www.oyez.org/cases/2006/06-278
Jacqueline Hill
01:08:58
Thank you...
Kevin Johnson
01:09:00
Here is a summary of the case:
Kevin Johnson
01:09:19
At a school-supervised event, Joseph Frederick held up a banner with the message "Bong Hits 4 Jesus," a slang reference to marijuana smoking. Principal Deborah Morse took away the banner and suspended Frederick for ten days. She justified her actions by citing the school's policy against the display of material that promotes the use of illegal drugs. Frederick sued under 42 U.S.C. 1983, the federal civil rights statute, alleging a violation of his First Amendment right to freedom of speech. The District Court found no constitutional violation and ruled in favor of Morse. The court held that even if there were a violation, the principal had qualified immunity from lawsuit. The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit reversed. The Ninth Circuit cited Tinker v. Des Moines Independent Community School District , which extended First Amendment protection to student speech except where the speech would cause a disturbance. Because Frederick was punished for his message rather than for any disturbance, the Circu
Jacqueline Hill
01:12:58
Thank you Masleah...
Jacqueline Hill
01:13:17
Maleah..
gustavo garcia
01:13:21
great presentation
Alyssa Del Toro
01:13:53
Agreed
Eva Luzania
01:14:04
A lot of grey areas
Jacqueline Hill
01:14:10
Excellent!!!!
Victoria Garcia Huizar
01:22:18
in regards to the possibility of violence would there have to be a threat voiced or physically stated or would there be precautions taken based on the threat from a "controversial topic" that has led to violence in the past
Victoria Garcia Huizar
01:30:49
Thank you very much for your input and clarifications
Erica Porter
01:30:54
Would a Public Interest Activist be protected?
Erica Porter
01:34:22
Human Trafficking & Immigration? And just curious why you need to pass The Bar to hold the position of Public Interest Activist?
Camille Goulet
01:35:24
You do not need to be an attorney to be an activist.
Erica Porter
01:35:56
I guess my question would be more does Law Enforcement play any role to work side to side with those particular matters. Human Trafficking & Immigration Law?
Eva Luzania
01:38:10
What major do you recommend for students who want to become a lawyer? What majors are the most prestigious for law schools?
Erica Porter
01:39:27
Do you recommend becoming a Paralegal first to gain experience before becoming a Lawyer?
Erica Porter
01:46:22
Thank you so much for the feedback and encouraging words :) Great advice
kau vue
01:47:24
Thank you!
Eva Luzania
01:47:24
How can we reach you Maleah?
Jennifer Hawkins
01:47:29
Thank you!
Erica Porter
01:47:31
Thank you so much Maleah & Dean
basti rodriguez
01:47:35
Thank You !
Melisa Castillo
01:47:42
Thank you !
Erica Porter
01:47:42
Kevin***
Maleah Vidal
01:47:48
mnvidal@ucdavis.edu
Alonso Garcia (He, Him, El)
01:47:54
We will share their contact information in a follow up email to all of you
Phuong Nguyen
01:47:57
Thank you
Dr. Kenneth Chaiprasert
01:47:59
Thank you so much!! Great event!!
Luis Campos
01:48:07
Thank you!!