Justices Hear Arguments in Offensive Flyer Flap

, New Jersey Law Journal


A state prosecutor asked the New Jersey Supreme Court to reinstate the criminal conviction of a man who added offensive comments to a co-worker's wedding photos and posted them as flyers.

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What's being said

  • Oliver Wendell Holmes

    Derogatory name-calling differs from falsely crying "Fire!" in a crowded theater as much as it does from throwing sticks and stones.

  • F Niemann

    Free speech is speech that is free to express love and feelings not in keeping with norms.I hope the court affirms the App Div. Have any of us ever expressed outrageous thoughts?Should your thoughts be censured or even worse criminally prosecuted?

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