It was 14 years ago today that Sandra Day O’Connor announced her retirement from the U.S. Supreme Court.
Amy Feldman from the Judge Group looks at a story making national headlines about a fatal bullying incident on Facebook, and if the First Amendment protects hate speech on the Internet.
Contributor Amy E. Feldman looks at a recent federal court decision that ruled against Abercrombie & Fitch for firing a teenage Muslim worker for wearing a headscarf, or hijab.
Contributor Amy E. Feldman looks at a case involving free speech, public school students, and the display of plastic wrist bracelets in class.
How can the FDA tell a private company what’s gluten free without violating the First Amendment? Amy E. Feldman looks at why commercial speech is limited.
A rare Third Amendment lawsuit pits a Las Vegas-area man against police who he claims acted like a bunch of rampaging Redcoats in his apartment.
Constitution Daily contributor Amy E. Feldman says an Asiana Airlines lawsuit against a TV station that published ethnically insulting names faced a few issues if it even made it to court.
A man wanted to let others on the road know to slow down because they were about to drive into a speed trap, so he flashed his headlights as a warning. So is that action protected by the First Amendment?
In today’s world, people who have mug shots taken face a potential uphill battle getting them off websites that collect booking photos—and charge a fee for their removal.
Contributor Amy Feldman explains why an impending Supreme Court decision about voter identification in Arizona could redefine the relationship between the states and the federal government in how national elections are conducted.