Supreme Court Rules on 'Clear and Present Danger'

Supreme Court Rules on 'Clear and Present Danger'

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The U.S. Supreme Court rules that a "clear and present danger" of incitement to riot is not protected speech and, hence, is a justified reason for arresting someone.

 

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