2 posts categorized "First Amendment"

Ninth District Becomes Latest Appellate Court to Rule Ohio’s “Child Enticement” Law is Unconstitutional.

Posted by Zukerman on Tuesday, February 26, 2013

Joining the Second, Eighth, and Tenth Districts, the Ninth District Court of Appeals has ruled in State v. Goode, 9th Dist., 2013 Ohio 556, that Ohio’s “Criminal Child Enticement” statute is unconstitutional. R.C. 2905.05(A) provides: No person, by any means and without privilege to do so, shall knowingly solicit, coax,... Continue reading "Ninth District Becomes Latest Appellate Court to Rule Ohio’s “Child Enticement” Law is Unconstitutional." …

Landmark Sixth Circuit Decision Upholds Lawyer’s Free Speech

Posted by Zukerman on Friday, August 3, 2012

It’s a cruel irony that lawyers, perhaps the most verbose citizens in the U.S., have more restrictions placed on their speech than any other citizen. State disciplinary rules and codes of professional responsibility govern what lawyers can and cannot say, how they may say it, and how they can advertise... Continue reading "Landmark Sixth Circuit Decision Upholds Lawyer’s Free Speech" …