A Taste of Justice: 1st Amend. (9) Obscenity - Unprotected Speech, with Professor Angela Mae Kupenda
This presentation is about Obscenity as an unprotected category of speech. Remember, a presentation about Obscenity does not have to be obscene. Generally, government may regulate the Content of Pure Speech if the speech is in an UNPROTECTED category (which government generally may regulate with a low-level rational basis). This presentation will examine the principles the Court has articulated as to legitimate reasons for allowing the regulation of obscenity, the modern-day test to evaluate whether speech is legally obscene, and an application of the rule to an older, but still popular, case. This YouTube Channel is designed to provide my students supplemental instruction, as I teach them remotely. I want them to "take a soak" in the law and not a quick shower. This Channel is also designed to provide learning to the broader community. Learning can lead to enlightenment, and enlightenment to justice...or, at least, to a taste of justice.
Kupenda, Angela Mae, "A Taste of Justice: 1st Amend. (9) Obscenity - Unprotected Speech, with Professor Angela Mae Kupenda" (2021). Multimedia Presentations. 33.