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DUMAUG: FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION

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  • 1. ARTICLE 3. BILL OF RIGHTS1) DUE PROCESS2) EQUAL PROTECTION3) FREEDOM FROM UNWARRANTED SEARCHES AND SEIZURES4) PRIVACY OF COMMUNICATIONS AND CORRESPONDENCE5) FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION6) FREEDOM OF RELIGION
  • 2. FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION “at once the instrument and the guaranty and the bright consummate flower of all liberty” – Wendall Philipsjundumaugpolscisubjects.blogspot.com
  • 3. PETITION free and effective communication of ideas from mind to mind FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION
  • 4. “matters that touch the heart of the existing order”Public interest not purely private.
  • 5. “sovereignty resides in the people”
  • 6. “collective wisdom is far better choicethan that madeby the heedless dictator in the narrowconfines of his mind and the loneliness of his pinnacle”
  • 7. “ultimate gooddesired is betterreached by a free trade in idea”
  • 8. SCOPE OF FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION “that which will invite dispute”I may not agree with what you say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it.” - Voltaire
  • 9. Modes of Expression
  • 10. Elements of Freedom of Expression1. Freedom from Censorship2. Freedom from Subsequent Punishment
  • 11. Test To Determine Liability of a Person1. The Clear and Present Danger Rule2. The Dangerous Tendency Doctrine3. The Balancing Test
  • 12. Criticism of Official Conduct “the sharp incision of its probe relieves the abscesses of officialdom”Public Official under hostile, their wound may be relieved bythe balm of a clear conscience. They should not be too thin- skinned with reference to comment upon their official act.
  • 13. Assembly & Petition Right of AssociationAccess to Information