US Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit

Justices Question Whether Student’s Snapchat Rant Caused a Substantial Disruption

In oral arguments on April 28th in a case involving a former high school student kicked off her cheerleading squad for a profane social media post, the Court explored whether school officials could discipline the student under the Supreme Court’s decision in Tinker v. Des Moines Independent Community School District (1969).    

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Ballard Spahr: Cosby Case Highlights Role of Public Access to Court Records

  Reprinted with Permission from Ballard Spahr The April 2018 criminal trial of iconic entertainer and “America’s Dad” Bill Cosby has ended with a guilty verdict. Rarely has the importance […]

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