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Com 440/Pol S 461 Assignment 1: Spring 2016

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COM 440/POL S 461 Assignment 1: Spring 2016

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One of the best ways to learn the rules of law is to apply them to hypothetical situations.
That’s why I'm asking you to analyze one case problem with several parts involving
material discussed in Lessons 1 and 2 (including the discussion forums) and chapters
1 -3 of the textbook. Please refer to Practice Exercise 2-2 for examples of this type of
legal analysis.
The first step is to read the facts of the case problem carefully and e-mail me if you have
any questions. The next step is to identify the correct area (or category) of law that is
applicable to each question of the case problem. In other words, does the question deal
with sedition or fighting words or prior restraint or time, place and manner rules or
another area (or category) of law covered in Lesson 2? This part of the analysis is
essential because the legal rules differ depending on the area of law under consideration.
Once you determine the area/category of law that's applicable (and sometimes it’s given),
then the last step is to apply the correct legal rules to the facts of the case problem and to
state your conclusions. Here’s the case hypothetical, followed by instructions on how to
prepare your assignment.
Case Hypothetical
Let’s assume that Gloria Santos is the Green Party nominee, campaigning for the open
congressional seat held by Representative Jim McDermott, who decided not to run for reelection
this year. People opposing her candidacy have already created a website
dedicated to her defeat. The website’s domain name is GloriaSantosforCongress.com,
and it is the first website that comes up in an Internet search for information about her
candidacy. The website labels her a Communist and includes false statements about her
positions on the environment, workers’ rights, low-income housing and police
accountability, among other...

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