You be the Judge!

In honor of Free Speech Week, the First Amendment Museum is letting you be the Judge! Every day this week we will provide you with a summary of a famous Supreme Court case involving free speech. Read the case and vote as though you were a Supreme Court Justice. All cases will be presented as a yes or no question. Leave your explanation in the comments! 

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Case: Packingham v. North Carolina

<em>Case: Packingham v. North Carolina</em>

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* 1. A convicted child molester was arrested in North Carolina for violating a state law regarding convicted sex offenders, which barred the offender’s access to social media websites. The man argued that the law violated his freedom of speech, protected by the First Amendment.

Question: Should registered sex offenders be allowed on social media?

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