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Brunetti case attempts to further determine what constitutes ‘unprotected speech’ (access required)

For over 50 years the U.S. Supreme Court (Court) has wrestled with defining what speech is “obscene,” “immoral” or “pornographic” under law. Such grappling led to one of the most famous phrases uttered by a Supreme Court Justice: “I know it when I see it”. It appears in Justice Potter Stewart’s concurring opinion in the ...

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