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In the past, these rights and unprotected speeches have been hotly contested in the courts. These include the Tinker and Hazelwood cases.
The Tinker case was about the role of the First Amendment in schools. This was where the U.S. Supreme recognized that the First Amendment protects on-campus student speech.
However, the Hazelwood case was where the U.S. Supreme Court significantly reduced the level of First Amendment protection provided to most school-sponsored student media at public high schools.
But lucky for you, all of this can be avoided if you take some steps to protect yourself against libel violations. You should make sure you have plenty of sources, take accurate notes, collect your documents, and choose your language wisely.
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