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Course #549- Supreme Court: 1st Amendment, Free Speech vs. Hate Speech - MP3

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Speaker: Judge Joel Primes

Course 549

1 hour MCLE Credit

Seminar Description: Numerous US Supreme Court Decisions regarding free speech and exception for fighting words or hate speech will be discussed. The law will be applied to the recent Prophet Mohammed carton contest in Garland Texas sponsored by Pamela Geller. Does free speech protect speech where it deliberately provokes extremists in the hope that it will cause violence? Is there a clear and present imminent likely lawless action?

Key Points/Objectives:

1. Free speech case law

2. Exception for fighting words or hate speech

3. Government may act to protect public from anticipated violence

4. Law applied to the Prophet Mohammed carton content re Garland Texas to provoke extremists to respond to violence. Could this violence be imminent and foreseeable?

Judge Joel Primes served as the California Deputy Attorney General, Civil Division (1968-2004) and a Temporary Sacramento Superior Court Judge (2009 to present).

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