Category: First Amendment

Disorderly Conduct
  ~  By Admin
  ~  January 2, 2020
Disorderly conduct is a simple misdemeanor, which means it's one of the smallest offenses you can be charged with. Nonetheless, if you want to keep your criminal record clean, this is still a charge worth fighting -- and depending on what kind of disorderly conduct you're accused of committing, there are some solid First Amendment […]
Harassment and the First Amendment
  ~  By Admin
  ~  July 4, 2019
As an American, you may have a right to annoy. A person commits harassment when, with intent to intimidate, annoy, or alarm another person, the person [. . .] ommunicates with another by telephone, telegraph, writing, or via electronic communication without legitimate purpose and in a manner likely to cause the other person annoyance or harm. - […]
Protected: Iowa's Harassment Statute -- Can It Be Illegal to Be Annoying?
  ~  By Admin
  ~  July 4, 2019
There is no excerpt because this is a protected post.
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