legal writing ، Answer 3 questions

NOW, learning what you have GENERALLY learned from the above, in 250 words or less, what do you think might happen in OUR case? Do you believe that the student correctly wore the protesting shirt and acted properly at the school assembly? Would these forms of speech be protected under the First Amendment in a public school setting? OR would her speech be properly regulated by the school?

The answer, especially at this point, is unclear. However, you are expected to explain what our facts are and why, on those facts, and while describing the law to me and citing your sources, it is unclear whether the student’s discipline was legal.

Use the SPACE BELOW for this purpose, and fill it in:

“It is unclear whether the school’s discipline of a student’s expression of anti-war sentiments on her shirt and during a school assembly violate the First Amendment to the United States Constitution.

“According to the legal encyclopedia I found [ADD YOUR OWN TEXT HERE…].

Use the SPACE BELOW for this purpose, and fill it in. Citations have already been provided for you!!

“It is unclear whether the school’s discipline of a student’s expression of anti-war sentiments on her shirt and during a school assembly violate the First Amendment to the United States Constitution.

“According to the Tinker case, I found [add your own words here….]…. Tinker v. Des Moines Indep. Cmty. Sch. Dist., 393 U.S. 503 (1969).

“This relates to the t-shirt Sarah wore because [add your own words here….] …..

“According to the Bethel case, I ALSO found [add your own words here….] …. Bethel Sch. Dist. No. 403 v. Fraser, 478 U.S. 675 (1986).

“This relates to the vulgar act Sarah performed by wiping blood on herself during the school assembly because [add your own words here….] ….

“Therefore, it is unclear whether the school’s discipline of a student’s expression of anti-war sentiments on her shirt and during a school assembly violate the First Amendment to the United States Constitution.

“According to the treatise I found [ADD YOUR OWN TEXT HERE…].

“Here [add some OF OUR crucial facts]…..

“Therefore it is unclear whether the school’s discipline of a student’s expression of anti-war sentiments on her shirt and during a school assembly violate the First Amendment to the United States Constitution.

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