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TweetAccording to the Supreme Court, you can falsely state that you were awarded military medals because that is protected free speech under the First Amendment.  However, according to the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, falsely and fraudulently wearing such medals on your chest constitutes a crime. A couple of months ago, the Supreme Court declared that […]

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TweetJohn Berry, a Kentucky attorney, recently prevailed in a lawsuit which challenged his right to exercise his First Amendment right to free speech.  Berry had criticized the Kentucky Legislative Ethics Commission investigation into the alleged fundraising violations by a state senator.  Specifically, Berry attended a LEC meeting that eventually went into an executive session.  Berry and […]

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