Tinker v. School District

Tinker v. School District

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  • No! I'm allowed to wear this armband do to freedom of speech!
  • Yeah he's right!
  • Take those black armbands off your disrupting the school.
  • That's it! You're both suspended so get out before I really get mad.
  • Tinker v. Des Meines Independent Community School District (1969)
  • This is against my rights, I'm taking taking this to court.
  • Yeah you're right. The school rules does not overwrite my Constitutional rights.
  • The Supreme Court has ruled that school rules do not override a person's constitutional rights. All students have constitutional protection in school due to the 1st amendment.
  • To bad you commie, freedom of speech protects us and Supreme Court already made their decision. 
  • This is incorrect. Schools should be a disruptive-free environment. Freedom of speech is not absolute.
  • With the Supreme Courts' decision, the Tinkers beat the school successfully claiming that Constitutional rights are greater than the school rules.
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