Freedom of Speech

Ninth Circuit Overturns $107 Million “Nuremburg Files” Verdict

Katie Short Wanted: More Decisions Like This One Two years ago, we reported on the decision of a federal district court in Oregon which held certain pro-life individuals liable for publishing posters which gave the names and addresses of abortionists and urged people to contact them and ask them to “turn from killing and injuring …

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Update on Rocklin School Case and F.A.C.E. Legislation for California

Dana Cody In June of 1998, LLDF filed a complaint against the Rocklin Unified School District in the Placer County Superior Court on behalf of four individuals who belong to the Sanctity of Human Life Network (SOHLNET). In summary, the complaint alleges that the district and its employees violated the civil rights of the four …

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Ask the Attorney: An Interview with Gary Kreep

Gary, could you tell me a little about your background, and particularly your education? I graduated from Miramonte High School in Orinda, California and went to the University of California San Diego in La Jolla. We used to call it Tinker Toy Tech—it was a science school. Originally I was seeking a degree in mathematics, …

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Another Casualty of “Our Whatever-It-Takes” Pro-abortion Jurisprudence

Mike Millen Scalia: “Does the deck seem stacked? You bet.” For those of us who believe that the state has a higher interest in protecting the lives of the unborn than it does in collaborating with moms who desire to abort their ill-timed or inconvenient children, awaiting a decision from our current Supreme Court is …

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What a Coincidence!

In a nationally published news story for American Lawyer Media, journalist Tony Mauro reported January 19 that the U.S. Supreme Court appeared ready to strike down a Colorado state law—a “bubble zone” law designed to restrict demonstrations or protests (read sidewalk counseling) at “health care facilities.” In the article Mauro ventured “if the law goes …

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Piercing the Darkness in Massachusetts

[Following the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision last June in Hill v. Colorado, 120 S.Ct. 2480 (2000) upholding a Colorado statute forbidding speakers from approaching people without their consent, the Massachusetts Legislature passed a law which was similar in many respects, but with two crucial differences. First, the Massachusetts law applied only in the vicinity of …

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Public Education

Anne Starr Life Legal Defense Foundation’s executive director believes in the First Amendment right to free speech, even when that speech is disturbing. In that cause, Dana Cody defends Life Legal Defense Foundation clients who want to tell high school students facts about abortion that they will not hear in the mass media, in class, …

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